In the months since the police killing of George Floyd, protests and demonstrations across the United States and beyond have called for an end to racial injustice—and led to difficult, necessary conversations about the insidious ways that racism has unfairly shaped our world. Architecture and the built environment are essential to this reckoning. Just 2 percent of all registered practitioners in the U.S. are Black, a figure unchanged for decades.

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