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In a moment of increased political complexity for immigrant communities in the United States, a certain type of response to protect and support immigrant communities better is also increasing: worker cooperatives.
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In the form of a stabilized, community-based, shared living environment, CO-LIVE has the ability to positively address the housing challenges faced by immigrants upon their arrival, while effectively increase housing supply and choices.
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How we use public space is personal. Where we decide to sit, play, and congregate, is largely driven by how a space makes us feel and whether we feel welcome. Creating inclusive public spaces means designing spaces that meet the needs of a variety of people.
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We celebrated our 40th anniversary this year with our most ambitious year to date, leading 35 events across six major inquiries. Thank you again for your extraordinary support for the Forum.
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On our 40th Anniversary, the Urban Design Forum begins a new chapter on the Bowery. We look forward to welcoming our Fellows in our new space. The Forum now occupies a bright third-floor suite with room to host meetings and gatherings. We welcome your ideas for programs that will activate our new home.
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Twice a year, Fellows of the Urban Design Forum invite a select group of emerging and distinguished leaders to join the Forum community. We welcome candidates of diverse backgrounds, industries and perspectives.
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The Urban Design Forum is pleased to announce the addition of five new members to its board of directors: Vincent Chang, Patrice Derrington, Margaret Newman, Nader Tehrani and Weston Walker.
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