In this first full week of the Trump presidency, it's critical to consider how the new administration's policies might affect cities and their residents.
With this in mind, the Program on Urban Studies is hosting a second brown-bag discussion of the election. In November, we held the first session to look back at the election and consider what had happened, and why. With this session, we will look forward to the new administration, to consider what policies are we likely to see, how they will impact cities and their residents, and how urbanites might respond.
We are pleased that our presenters will include:
- Clayton Nall of the Political Science department, and Urban Studies affiliated faculty member
- Marisa Raya, City of Oakland and lecturer in Urban Studies
- Johanna Taylor, Creative Cities Fellow, lecturer in Urban Studies, and Ph.D. in Public and Urban Policy from the New School, New York City
Please join us for this important discussion, Wednesday, January 25, at 12:30 pm in Mendenhall Library B (on the 1st floor of building 120).
To help us plan the space, an RSVP to Michael Kahan (firstname.lastname@example.org) would be appreciated.