Planning for Equity in a Local Context: Case Studies from the North Carolina chapter of the American Planning Association Contributors Public Deposited

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  • Hitchings, Ben
    • Other Affiliation: Planning Directory, Town of Morrisville, NC; President, North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association
  • McDaniel, Mark
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, UNC Center for Community Capital
  • King, Leigh Anne
    • Other Affiliation: Senior Associate, Clarion Associates, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Blackburn, Lauren
    • Other Affiliation: Director, NCDOT Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation
  • Chaney, Helen
    • Other Affiliation: Transportation Planner, NCDOT Division of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation
  • Danley, Christopher
    • Other Affiliation: Owner, Vitruvian Planning, Boise, ID
  • Hebert, Katherine
    • Other Affiliation: Coordinator, Design 4 Life, Town of Davidson, NC
  • Kostelec, Donald
    • Other Affiliation: Owner, Kostelec Planning, LLC, Asheville, NC
  • Carolina Planning regularly publishes a feature highlighting projects from members of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association (NCAPA). This year’s submissions focus on initiatives that are addressing equity issues in North Carolina communities. From case studies discussing health impact assessments to articles highlighting the importance of using data to help inform equitable planning activities and funding, these writers provide valuable insights into the important role North Carolina planners play in shaping the futures of their communities. Includes: Acting For Equity (Introduction); Building Bridges to College and Career Success for Young Males of Color; Food Access; Transportation, Equity, and Access to Bus Transit; Health Impact Assessments and Planning: Bridging the Gap to Promote Health Equity
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  • Carolina Planning Journal
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  • 38
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