Cities for Everyone with Gil: The Webinar, presents Arrested Mobility: Exploring the Impacts of Over-Policing BIPOC Mobility in the U.S. /w Guest, Charles Brown
This presentation will examine how the collective racialized forces of over-policing (i.e., policy, planning, policing, and polity). Black physical mobility in the US lead to adverse social, political, economic, and health outcomes that are intergenerational and widespread.
This presentation will surgically examine the ways in which our approaches to research, planning, policy, and design can and must be reimagined to achieve greater mobility, health, and safety for Black Americans.
Charles T. Brown is the founder and principal of Equitable Cities, a minority- and veteran-owned urban planning, public policy and research firm focused at the intersection of transportation, health and equity. He is also an adjunct professor at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. Charles is an award-winning expert in planning and policy and has been interviewed by several notable outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, VICE and Bloomberg CityLab. He is highly regarded as a keynote speaker and leads workshops on transportation, health and equity for audiences worldwide.