This week’s episode gets to the heart of the matter — being a woman in a city and what that means for the otherwise patriarchal planning processes that have formed cities up until now. It can’t be avoided, and we argue that it shouldn’t, if we’re to improve cities for everyone.
Stick around to the end for a very special teaser of Katrina’s upcoming project The Women Led Cities Initiative, as well as a very special #urbanistwomenatwork whereby we feel old and attempt to give recent urbanist grads some advice as they enter the workforce.
And if you like these conversations and advocating for human-scale cities, you can donate to our efforts on our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/thirdwaveurbanism. Thank you all for listening!
Here are the references in this episode:
Vice Motherboard - Sexism in the City: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/sexism-and-the-city
For those continuing eduction, Kristen’s article on questions to ask when deciding on a career in placemaking: http://theblackurbanist.com/questions-to-ask-and-traps-to-avoid-when-considering-a-career-in-placemaking/
Katrina’s sneak peek sign-up page for The Women Led Cities Initiative: http://womenledcities.com
Intro and closing music is “Urban Life” by Gustavs Strazdin used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode