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Black Landscape Architects Network Launches Newsletter

The Black Landscape Architects Network (BlackLAN) was established in 2012 as an online communications network. The network was established by Glenn LaRue Smith, ASLA as Manager and Kofi Boone, ASLA as Co-Manager. BlackLAN is an organization for landscape architects of African heritage in the United States and internationally. The goal of the network is to foster mentorship, facilitate black diaspora conversations, disseminate news items, and provide resources and other information. In addition to the online network, the BlackLAN is currently moving to an open-source website platform to expand the work and mission of the network.

To learn more about this vital community of landscape architecture professionals or sign up to receive the BlackLAN newsletter, contact BlackLAN at blacklanetwork@gmail.com.

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