Crystal D. Charley-Sibley, reproductive justice and civil rights activist and founder of Melanin and Motherhood Doula Services will discuss, “A Millennial’s Activism: Breaking Intergenerational Barriers While Dismantling Systemic Racism in NJ.”
Black cyclists bear the brunt of traffic enforcement, N.J. expert says following Perth Amboy controversy
The viral video of Perth Amboy police officers confiscating bikes from a group of mostly Black and Hispanic teens and putting one of them in handcuffs this week renewed debate over the role police officers should play in enforcing low-level offenses like bicycle...
President Holloway’s scholarly work specializes in post-emancipation U.S. history with a focus on social and intellectual history.
The award will be presented virtually at the TPD Annual Business Meeting during the 2021 National Planning Conference.
New research challenges that premise through a discussion of a set of neighborhood developments and conflicts in Queens, New York.
Andrea Hetling, associate professor and director of the Public Policy Program at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, explained the relationship between employment and safety in communities of color. “From an employment standpoint, the...
A discussion of the connection between hair discrimination and racial discrimination with Associate Teaching Professor Patti O’Brien-Richardson
Brian Smedley discusses patterns of residential segregation that reinforce health inequities at 2018 Catlin Lecture
by Zoe Linder-Baptie MPP/MCRP ’18 Many of the environmental and societal challenges that public policy and planning students study are being addressed through public health initiatives. In late March Brian D. Smedley, co-founder and Executive Director of the...