Louisville's urban parks were designed for democracy

When Feb 20, 2019
from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Launch Louisville (816 & 822 East Broadway)
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UofL's department of Urban & Public Affairs invites you to join us for the spring lecture series, no matter your field or specialty!

Urbanism is and has always been a transdisciplinary endeavor, and there is no better space that this in which to begin to engage in these discussions/debates.

This series is designed to engage students, faculty, staff, and the public around issues of urbanization, sustainability, the just city, and what it all means for our home city of Louisville.

Our guest on February 19th will be Layla George, President and CEO at Olmsted Parks Conservancy, speaking on "Louisville's urban parks were designed for democracy" 

These events are free and open to the public!

Upcoming speakers include:
•    Cassia Herron, Community advocate/activist/planner – Mar 20th at 7pm
•    Representative Attica Scott: State Representative Attica Scott serves Kentucky House District 41 – Apr 3rd at 7pm