Thursday, June 11 2020
On May 30, AIA President Jane Frederick, FAIA made the following statement on behalf of the Institute:
"As Americans, we are mindful of this nation’s dark history of racial inequality. We are appalled by any actions that further threaten the universal respect and human dignity that everyone deserves. As architects, we remain committed to advancing civil rights protections, fair housing policies, and accessibility in the built world to help achieve the more perfect union we all seek. The fact is that architects and AIA, in our more than 160-year history, have not always felt compelled to share our perspectives. But the times we live in, the horrific nature of the events we witness, and the role we see for every member of our society demands that we speak out."
Robert L. Holzbach, AIA - AIA|DC President
Yiselle Santos, AIA - AIA|DC Secretary
Marc Fairbrother, AIA - AIA|DC Past President
Mide Akinsade, AIA - AIA|DC Board of Directors
Chris McCabe, AIA - AIA|DC Board of Directors
With special guests:
Michael Marshall, AIA - Design Director and Principal, Michael Marshall Design
Howard Mack - Professor, School of Architecture and Planning at Morgan State University
We want to hear from you.
How can the AIA|DC Board better address one of its core values—Equity, in the profession?
Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the presentation.
This is the third monthly program the board has conducted since the Corona pandemic began.