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PastForward 2019 Preview: Celebrating Women’s History – Dr. Tiya Miles

Tiya Miles is the author of three multiple prize-winning works in the history of early American race relations, a prize-winning work of historical fiction, and various articles and op-eds on women’s history, history and memory, black public culture, and black and indigenous interrelated...

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Neuroscience and Preservation: Measuring the Healing Properties of Places

By Nikos A. Salingaros Buildings and urban spaces provide healing environments for people. Most people understand this intuitively, yet the reasons to preserve that we have codified into law are not based on data about the neuroscience behind this truth—they tend instead to be commandeered by...

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GIS historic preservation training, preservation mapping, historic preservation tools and techniques TrustLive: Resaving Saved Places Held in partnership with Colorado Preservation Inc at their Saving Places Conference . First aired at the Saving Places Conference February in Denver, the...


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Pastforward 2016: Opening Plenary, Stephanie K. Meeks

These are the remarks made by National Trust President and CEO Stephanie K. Meeks in Houston, TX. The full transcription of the talk is in the additional resources links below. #TrustLive #Houston2016 #PastForward #ReUrbanism


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PastForward 2016: preservationVOICES

Recorded on November 18 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session built on conversations begun at PastForward 2015 . Panelists discussed the role historic sites play in racial healing and social and environmental justice, exploring how places can help us uncover and tell the...


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PastForward 2016: preservationPLACES

Recorded on November 17 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session examined activating historic places as a strategy to better teach history, tell stories, and promote reconciliation and healing. Nina Simon of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History , kicked off the session was...


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PastForward 2016: preservationLIVABILITY

Recorded on November 17 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session explored the starring role that historic preservation can play in the rebirth of urban areas through reinvestment and reuse of existing places. Preservation helps create livable, vibrant, equitable, and creative...


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[Video] PastForward 2016: preservationLIVABILITY

Recorded on November 17 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session explored the starring role that historic preservation can play in the rebirth of urban areas through reinvestment and reuse of existing places. Preservation helps create livable, vibrant, equitable, and creative...

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[Video] PastForward 2016: preservationPLACES

Recorded on November 17 at PastForward 2016 in Houston, this TrustLive session examined activating historic places as a strategy to better teach history, tell stories, and promote reconciliation and healing. Nina Simon of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History , kicked off the session was...

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