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Race and Smart Growth- DVSGA Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Ann Hutchinson, Natural Lands
35:28
Ann Hutchinson, planner at Natural Lands and DVSGA Board member
Natasha Manbeck
35:32
Natasha Manbeck, Project Manager at McMahon Associates, Inc.
Glenn Werner
35:51
Hi Everyone! Glenn Werner with JKRP Archiitects.
Barry Seymour
35:54
Good morning. Barry Seymour from DVRPC here.
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
36:25
Hi Everyone. Let’s connect on Twitter @ctbrown1911.
jspector
36:45
Good Morning Everyone! Jayne Spector with Langan looking forward to this discussion.
Jason Duckworth
37:37
Good morning! Welcome to Charles and Coralette from the DVSGA.
Coralette Hannon
38:04
Glad to join you all this morning!
Justin Dula (He/Him/His) - PA DEP
39:31
Good morning everyone! Justin Dula joining from Philadelphia, working at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection in the Office of Environmental Justice.
Thomas Fitzgerald
40:16
Tom Fitzgerald here. I cover transportation for The Inquirer. Good morning and thank you for having this program!
DIANA’s iPad
40:34
Good morning everyone . Diana Williams from AARP Philadelphia
Mimi sheller
44:35
Good morning all. Mimi Sheller from the Center for Mobilities Research and Policy, Drexel University.
Jarrodd Davis
01:06:26
Please feel free to leave questions in the chat as Coralette and Charles begin Q&A
Jason Duckworth
01:09:00
Thank you, Charles, for your presentation. What cities or transportation agencies have begun to shift their policies from Arrested Mobility?
Mimi sheller
01:10:12
Thank you for your excellent arrested mobility framework. I wonder if you are familiar with the “mobility justice” framework (developed in part by The Untokening Principles of Mobility Justice) and how you see it as informing or intersecting with approaches to ending arrested mobility?
Ann Hutchinson, Natural Lands
01:12:03
Thank you. Are there examples of communities that have overcome barriers to zoning?
Jason Duckworth
01:13:17
In Philadelphia, we have pilot program for speed camera automated enforcement on Roosevelt Boulevard, one of the most dangerous roads in the US. Does automated enforcement advance ending Arrested Mobility?
Mark Evans
01:20:04
Walkable urban places near transit are often highly desirable places to live. How might you suggest planners remove race based barriers to these transit oriented places? Any positive examples from across the country?
Mimi sheller
01:21:26
http://www.untokening.org/summary
Mimi sheller
01:25:26
Also perhaps relevant on mobility justice I hope you won’t mind my own book recommendation, which was written before I heard of Charles’s work but is highly related: https://www.versobooks.com/books/2901-mobility-justice
Ben She
01:25:43
How can metropolitan planning organizations, who control the flow of billions of dollars of transportation funding, proactively direct these investments to equitably rectify the mistakes of the 20th century and not just inadvertently reinforce them?
Karin Morris, DVRPC
01:25:55
Some cities are moving toward mailing violations for things like broken taillights, rather than police stopping vehicles, which can sometimes escalate into excessive use of force. Would this improve arrested mobility? Are there other tools like this?
Natasha Manbeck
01:26:08
Has the National Environmental Policy Act and the current guidance and methodologies for environmental justice actually led to disinvestment in minority and low-income communities?
Jason Duckworth
01:30:40
Thank you, Charles and Coralette. Excellent discussion.
Sherman Aronson
01:31:42
Great insight and much to share with others in the professions to keep awareness and improvement. Thanks.
Mimi sheller
01:32:11
Thank you all!
Justin Dula (He/Him/His) - PA DEP
01:32:27
Thank you for the powerful discussion and creating this useful framework on systemic racism.
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
01:32:44
Thank you all.
Karin Morris, DVRPC
01:33:16
Thanks, lots of good ideas and examples.
Deborah Seitz
01:33:28
Having known people in the bicycle industry, I will share that mfr. and bike shops didn't want the cost of the bike to be too high by adding the lights. They thought not everyone rides in areas where the law exists or is not enforced. But the point of the bicycle being sold as not a complete package is valid.
P. Timothy Phelps
01:33:29
Thank you. Great insight