Wednesday 19th Sep 2018
6 – 8pm
at Center for Architecture and Design
1010 Western Ave. Seattle, WA 98104
Put on by UW CBE Runstad Department of Real Estate
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Ubuntu is a South African philosophy of social justice through the notion that our own well-being is tied to the well-being of others, and it is this shared responsibility of our community that binds us together and makes us human. The 2018 UW Runstad fellows will share discoveries from their study in Cape Town and Johannesburg and how the lens of race and social justice shows up in the built environment in aspects of informality, civicness, affordability, and climate change and how we might apply these lessons to our home in Seattle.

2018 Runstad Fellows:
Manish Chalana, Brianna Holan, Julie Johnson, P.J. Santos, Christina Kim and Evan Schneider

-via UW College of Built Environments