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Indigenous Peoples Getting Involved in Urban Planning

Matt Ball on January 3, 2014 - in Planning

Ryan Walker is an author and editor of a recently released book, Reclaiming Indigenous Planning, which explores how Indigenous peoples are becoming more involved in the planning of urban communities.

“Indigenous peoples have been here the longest, but their histories are often the least visible in urban settings,” Walker said in a recent interview from Montreal.

Walker and a host of other authors are exploring how indigenous communities can get involved the world of urban planning, of studying how cities should be built and how civic policy should foster urban living.

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