Aaron Fernando

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Aaron Fernando is an independent journalist covering grassroots movements and solidarity economy projects, with a focus on land, policy, and monetary innovation. He is also an organizer in Ithaca, New York, focused on housing justice, works at a nonprofit doing energy and climate communications, loves speculative fiction, and can be found on a cooperative instance of Mastodon at @[email protected]
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Will ‘Critical Race Theory’ Attacks Undermine Urban Planning Education?

Laws meant to restrict professors from discussing how race has shaped public policy could target the factual discussion of housing policy and its history—but professors say they don’t intend to go along.