Kaplan-Levenson, Sue Mobley and Dr. Elizabeth Steeby discuss with moderator Mary Niall Mitchell the effects of New Orleans' past on present day issues.


Sue’s Podcast Appearances

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on news & Views

The podcast invites Sue Mobley, Public Programs Manager at Tulane’s Small Center, to talk about the Small Center’s exhibit, Sites of Resistance. The exhibit explores geographies and histories of social change in New Orleans with the intent to reclaim the city’s narrative as one with a historical role as a site of intense organizing, legal strategy, labor struggle, and civil rights activism.

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on social design insights

From the Curry Foundation: Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast of conversations with leading designers who discuss innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues.

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on the listening post nola

The Listening Post team collected thoughts from around New Orleans about which of the million dollar development projects that are transforming the city are getting used, and which have less clarity when it comes to their impact.

Sue on Surdna Foundation’s Design Videos

In Surdna’s newly released video, architects, designers and urban planners speak about the critical role of community- engaged design in creating just and equitable communities. 

Community Engaged Design in America is practiced when architects, designers and urban planners work in solidarity with low-income communities and communities of color to ensure decisions made about the built environment are equitable and just.

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