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“What Now? Transportation and What It Means Today”
October 2, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture is excited to announce renowned equity, environmental and racial justice advocate Tamika L. Butler Esq.,, founder and principal of Tamika L. Butler Consulting, LLC, will be giving the first Hyde lecture of the season titled “What Now? Transportation and What It Means Today” at 5 p.m., October 2 via Zoom.
For Butler’s lecture, through personal stories and recent data she will talk about some of the pervasive fears in the Black community. As the transportation industry faces hard truths about its contributions to systemic oppression. Butler will provide concrete tips on taking action towards being anti-racist and call for change at the personal and institutional level.