Intergenerational Trauma and Urban Planning
12:30 p.m. | Wednesday, October 2, 2019
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Oppressive and biased policies, disenfranchisement and targeted practices have fueled intergenerational trauma, leading to the numerous health, social and financial inequities plaguing marginalized communities. Hear from health and urban planning leaders about the ways in which the current urban planning landscape perpetuates trauma and poor health outcomes for vulnerable populations.
+ Daisy Ozim / Resilient Wellness
+ John Jones / Just Cities
+ Sheryl Davis / San Francisco Human Rights Commission
+ Tomiquia Moss / Hamilton Families
+ Courtney Welch / Homeownership San Francisco
Free for SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Please check back on October 1 for registration information.