From Hate to (S)heroism: The Beginning

On June 28, the Illuminated Cities Project team started its summer 2015 programming. Below are some details about our focus for this summer, and the concepts that we have covered so far.

We want to add a special thanks to our US project coordinators Amos Margulies and Amrit Kaur for working closely with us to make this year’s program happen. In addition, Amos is hosting our two Chicago fellows for this whole week!

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Urban Design Vocabulary
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Riyaz Ali and Raldenys Tolentino facilitating discussion about the Bystander Effect and the Diffusion of Responsibility

Title of Program: From Hate to (S)heroism

Day One Location of Programming: at an organization called Atlas DIY that works with immigrant youth/communities – special thanks to their team!

Content Covered – Overview:

Workshop #1: The Why, How, and What of Illuminated Cities Project
Workshop #2: What is Urban Design
Workshop #3: What is Heroism?
Workshop #4: What is Community Service?
Workshop #5: Our Essential Question and Case Studies
Workshop #6: Gender Relations and Sexual Harassment

We will be posting fellows’ reflections soon!

One thought on “From Hate to (S)heroism: The Beginning

  1. You are a very energetic woman.

    On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 4:54 PM, The Illuminated Cities Project wrote:

    > theilluminatedcitiesproject posted: “On June 28, the Illuminated > Cities Project team started its summer 2015 programming. Below are some > details about our focus for this summer, and the concepts that we have > covered so far. We want to add a special thanks to our US project > coordinators Am”

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