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ASLA 2019 Professional General Design Honor Award. Glenstone, Potomac, Maryland. PWP Landscape Architecture >

ASLA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Webinar Series Highlights 2020 National Heritage Month Recordings

Launched in 2019, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Webinar Series is designed to support and advance the work of ASLA’s passionate leaders dedicated to building a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable workforce. The best practices, DE&I initiatives, and collaborations featured in this series grew from the Diversity Summit community and serve to deepen learning, while also providing leadership through virtual platforms of knowledge. The series has grown this year to include ASLA’s 2020 National Heritage Month celebrations, accessible at no cost.

ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH

AsianHM 
Ping Tom Memorial Park, Chicago. Site Design Group (photo by Andrew Bruah) 

  • Chinatowns of America
  • Dear Chinatown, DC
  • The Future of American Chinatowns

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

AAHM 
Claiming Open Spaces produced by Austin Allen, ASLA, Associate Professor of Practice at University of Texas Arlington

  • Claiming Open Spaces

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

HHM
ASLA 2016 Student Community Service Honor Award. Neighborhood Detox: Enhancing Resilience in a Hazard Vulnerable Area. Yangdi Wang, Student ASLA, Texas A&M University
  • Latin American Landscapes
  • Cultural Diversity through the Latin American Landscape
  • The Spectacular Nature of the Ancient Mexico
  • On Social Urbanism and Reframing Spatial Design in Latin America
  • Climate Change, Landscape, Cultural and Natural Heritage

LGBTQIA PRIDE MONTH

LGBTQIA730
18 Shades of Gay, Montréal, Canada. Claude Cormier + Associés / Jean-Michel Seminaro
  • LIVE CHAT- Queer Urbanism and Design
  • Queer Urbanism and Design: Past, Present, Future
  • Space, Places & Pride: LGBTQIA Perspectives in Landscape Architecture

NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH


NAHM
ASLA 2018 Professional General Design Honor Award. Iqaluit Municipal Cemetery. LEES + Associates 
  • Honoring Native American Heritage Through Collaborative Design
  • Interpreting Native American Cultural Heritage Through Design
  • Cultural Diversity in Design: Uniting Communities Through Cultural Celebration


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