I am thrilled to kick off my PastForward week with a day focusing on social justice and activism in preservation. We just had a fantastic luncheon where we heard Craig Barton, provost and senior vice president of Academic Affairs at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, discuss how his work as an architect intersects with race, memory, and identity. I definitely see social justice as part of my work in preservation. Do you? How do you incorporate social justice into your preservation work, or how would you like to?
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