AAP 1100 - Creating Justice: The Worlds We Make
Fall. 3 credits. S/U grades only (no audit).
Enrollment limited to: first-year undergraduate AAP students. Satifies AAP Diversity requirement.
Creating Justice: The Worlds We Make examines structural racism, colonialism, injustice, bias and their manifestations through the lens of architecture, art, and urban studies.
This co-taught class brings together faculty members from across the college and all first-year students in AAP to develop the skills necessary to work toward a more just and equitable future. Students will engage with how to identify bias and structural inequity, disrupt systems of oppression, learn about restorative justice and harm reduction in our fields and beyond, practice allyship and make space for marginalized and minoritized identities. The class will emphasize communicating and advocating across differences via challenging discussion, analytical drawing, creative practice, and writing.
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