The Evolution Of Latino Urbanism From The Civil Rights Movement To The Present

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Congress for the New Urbanism Central Texas Chapter says
This Event is FREE - make an RSVP now to guarantee your seat!

CNU-CTX invites you to a talk with urban planner, community activist, and artist, James Rojas. Mr. Rojas is an expert on Latino cultural influences on urban design who's work on the Latino built environment are widely cited.

Mr. Rojas founded the Latino Urban Forum (LUF), a volunteer advocacy group, dedicated to understanding and improving the built environment of Los Angeles' Latino communities. LUF has recruited urban planners, architects, artists, and public administrators to lend their knowledge and influence to innovate and address the issues of the underserved, and often underprivileged, Latino communities of Los Angeles.

From 5:30 - 6:00 we will open the doors and have a meet and greet with our speaker. Council Member Garza will deliver brief remarks and introduce Mr. Rojas and from 6:00 - 7:00 he will speak about the evolution of Latino urbanism.

This event is free - please spread the word. Hope to see you all there!
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By: Congress for the New Urbanism Central Texas Chapter

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