Planners Network NYC Disorientation and Fall Social

Do you believe that urban planning should be a tool for eliminating inequalities and injustice, rather than maintaining the status quo? If so, come to the second annual Planners Network NYC Disorientation and Fall Social, to meet other progressive planners, activists, students, and professors!

This event will have mixing, discussion corners, and fun & games. Learn more about local, national, and international planning issues, make new contacts, and get involved with Planners Network or other local organizations.

At 8 o’clock, there will be short presentations by special guests

  • Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice: Community development and participatory planning in the Bronx
  • The Young Planners Network: High school students using planning to change communities
  • Reportback from the US Social Forum in Atlanta

About Planners Network NYC
PN-NYC is the local New York City chapter of Planners Network. Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems.

  • Gretel

    Yes, I do! Yay for planners!
    There’s a Young Planners Network? That’s amazing!

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