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P2E Virtual Program

Transform the way you work, from the inside out.

Pathways to Equity (P2E) Virtual Program is a 10 week online interactive program designed to introduce you to methods for equity in practice, historical and systemic racism within the built environment, self-reflective and community building practices, and strategies for community engagement.

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P2E is for you if you...

  • Want to be part of a like-minded and diverse community of practitioners.

  • Hope to learn how to design with not for​.

 

  • Feel called to interrogate the harm that design fields have caused communities that are Black, Indigenous and People of Color​

  • Value space for slowing down to self-reflect.

  • Seek to align your professional life with your personal principles 

THE DETAILS

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Our Spring 2021 cohort is open for applications until February 1st. The program will take place from Feb 23rd - April 27th, 2021. Sessions are held Tuesdays, 4:00-6pm PST

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We are committed to accessible and equitable funding of the program. Sustainable support is $400/per person.
We offer a range of $300-500 with option for scholarship.

WHEN
COST

LEARNING MODULES

Our curriculum is designed as a whole experience that builds on each learning module. We prioritize  creating  community throughout our 10 weeks together. Sessions with guest facilitators include interactive workshops, self-reflective exercises and community building activities. They fall into the following modules:

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SELF
REFLECTION

How do your personal identities affect your work and collaborations?

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HISTORICAL
AND SYSTEMIC CONTEXT

What are the histories of injustice and racism in architecture and design fields, and how can we play a role in changing those patterns?

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EQUITABLE
DESIGN
METHODS

What are tactics and tools for a community-based practice? How can equity be both a means and an end?

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STRATEGIES
AND
PROCESSES

How can we implement community design principles into practice? What are best practices of community engagement in these turbulent times?

Past Participant Testimonials

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JOIN OUR Winter 2021 COHORT

Applications open in January.