Architect and design justice advocate Bryan C. Lee Jr. is founder and director of Colloqate Design, a nonprofit multidisciplinary design practice. In this session, he outlines how a historical system of racism manifested in the physical environment decimates communities, limiting their access to certain geographies and services. How do we tackle these injustices and create more inclusive and equitable places for all?
Architect and Design Justice Advocate. Founder/Director of Colloqate Design, a nonprofit multidisciplinary design practice. Bryan has spent 11 years working as a Design Justice advocate, organizer, and architect with a focus on building justice in the built environment. Lee was named one of 2018 Fast Company Most Creative People in Business. 2019 Architectural League Emerging Voices and a 2019 USC Civic Media Research Fellow.
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