ADEPT Hostile and Anti-Homeless Architecture: How it Impacts the Disability Community
Hostile and Anti-Homeless Architecture: How it Impacts the Disability Community is a one-hour virtual training in the AACs’ ADEPT training series designed to help build awareness and knowledge about anti-homeless architecture and its impact.
This training is intended for any individual wishing to expand their knowledge and enhance their anti-homeless architecture awareness. The hour will include instruction, a brief historical context, examples, explanations of its impact on people with disabilities and ways to change the community. Lectures, videos and active discussion will be included.
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Maximum Number of Attendees: 25
This training is currently free thanks to grant funding.
This training is held online from 6 to 7 p.m. Eastern.