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February 19, 2018

Interviewer: Michael Krasny, KQED San Francisco

Environmental and social justice activist Carl Anthony draws on decades of experience as an architect in his new book, “The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race.” The book, part memoir and part tutorial, grapples with questions of urban democratization and sustainability in the context of shifting social norms and changing environmental realities. In this interview Carl Anthony joins KQED’s Michael Krasny and Earth House Center President, Paloma Pavel, to discuss his life’s work and strategies for enhancing equity in a changing world.



Guests:
Carl Anthony, founder of Earth House Center; co-founder, Breakthrough Communities Project; author, “The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race”

Paloma Pavel, president, Earth House Center; co-founder Breakthrough Communities Project


February 2018 Interview

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New Village Press announces
Carl Anthony book:
The Earth, the City and the Hidden Narrative of Race

Carl Anthony

In this work, Carl Anthony shares his perspectives as an African-American child in post-World War II Philadelphia; a student and civil rights activist in 1960s Harlem; a traveling student of West African architecture; and an architect, planner, and environmental justice advocate in Berkeley. He contextualizes this within American urbanism and human origins, making profoundly personal both African American and American urban histories as well as planetary origins and environmental issues, to not only bring a new worldview to people of color, but to set forth a truly inclusive vision of our shared planetary future.  read more…


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