Your Call's One Planet Series: Carl Anthony on race, urban inequality and environmental justice

Dec 3, 2017

On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with renowned architect Carl Anthony about the racial history of architecture and urban design.

In his new book, The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race, Anthony argues that contemporary forms of urban inequality in the United States can be traced to unresolved issues and injustices lingering from the slave trade era.

Guests:

Carl Anthony, architect, social justice leader, co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project, and author of The Earth, The City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race

Dr. Paloma Pavel, president of the Earth House Center, and co-founder of the Breakthrough Communities Project 

Web Resources:

Breakthrough Communities

Berkeleyside: In his autobiography, Carl Anthony offers his story, and the story of race and place

Salon: How slave labor built and financed major U.S. cities