Resources on Race: September 16 Edition

The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusiveness Committee is bringing to you a new biweekly series on racial equity in architecture. From podcasts to film to Instagram accounts worth following, we’re rounding up the best in relevant resources to keep working toward a more equitable profession.


Design for Healing, Dignity & Joy

Research done by Shopworks, Group 14 Engineering, and the University of Denver Center for Housing and Homelessness Research on trauma-informed design to guide an approach to promoting physical health, mental health, and wellbeing.


ARCHITECT: No Judgment Here: Starting the EDI Conversation

Questioning the need for equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives should not spark controversy or guilt, says Samantha McCloud, director of community involvement, diversity & inclusion at GastingerWalker& in this podcast episode.



Instagram feed that is working to “reshape the boundaries of our collective architectural memory.” Nominations welcome and there is a survey on the feed on who you think should be included in the canon.


NCARB by the Numbers

NCARB has been releasing this data publication since 2012. This year’s NCARB by the Numbers includes breakdowns of race and gender representation and in addition, includes a preview of results from a survey conducted with NOMA on equity, diversity and inclusion.


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