Panel Discussion On The Exhibit "In Their Words"

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Panel Discussion On The Exhibit "In Their Words"
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Many of Atlanta’s iconic buildings and transformative projects have been managed, designed, engineered and constructed by minority trailblazers who overcame extreme challenges in the era of civil rights. The Atlanta chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) in collaboration with StoryCorps, created an exhibit featuring the stories of Oscar L Harris; C. David Moody, Jr; Cheryl McAfee; William J. Stanley III; Joseph W. Robinson Sr.; and Zubaida Musharraf.

Join us for part one of a two part panel discussion with our Atlanta AEC Trailblazers as they share in-depth stories of the impact of the Civil Rights Movement on their own lives and professional practice as well as how we can continue to make progress as a city and profession. Part one of the panel discussion will feature Oscar L. Harris, FAIA, NOMA, Cheryl McAfee, FAIA, NOMAC and Jeffrey L. Robinson, AIA, NOMA. For more information and audio of the StoryCorps interviews with the trailblazers, please visit the NOMA website at http://nomaatlanta.org/storycorps-interviews/.

RSVP's are now closed, please contact Leslie Canaan to inquire about the waitlist at lcanaan@atlantaga.gov or 404-623-6622.
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By: Atlanta City Studio