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Good Design & Public Space

Join us on March 22, from noon – 1 p.m. at the Pantages Theater, as we investigate how beautiful public space betters a city, how art makes you feel safer on the sidewalk, and what murals mean for livability. Tanisha Jumper, Director of Media & Communications at the City of Tacoma, will moderate a discussion with experts about the best and worst uses of public space in Tacoma and how we can reorientate our community around these shared resources. Hear from:

In the 9th year of the Friday Forum Series, Downtown On the Go is taking you back to class. Review the fundamental elements of transportation and explore the connections between how our cities are built and your favorite subjects in school. Each forum includes a lesson related to Tacoma’s past, present, and future. Forums are free and open to the public and this forum is part of a three-part series and other topics that include:

  • History: Institutionalized Racism and Urban Planning
  • Math: Traffic Equations and the Value of Moving People

This forum will be accompanied by a Tacoma Roots event. Tacoma Roots is an anti-racist environmental justice community forum for learning and discussion. Their leadership influences policy and community movements. We are excited to be partnering with them in 2019. For those who cannot attend, join the conversation on Mar 22, on Twitter using the hashtag #DOTGForum and following @downtownonthego.

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