Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Arsenal of Exclusion at Boston's Urbano Project

Interboro is beyond honored that Urbano in Boston chose our forthcoming book on exclusion and inclusion in the built environment as its 2012 - 2013 theme. From their website: "Urbano's 2013 project theme is Narratives of Exclusion: Racial and Cultural Boundaries in the Urban Landscape, inspired by architect and urban planners Interboro Partners' recent book The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion. Interboro Partners' Dan D'Oca, Tobias Armborst, and Georgeen Theodore explore ways in which urban design and architecture influence culture and relationships, and how urban planners can challenge segregation, exclusion, and boundaries between communities."

Join Urbano on Saturday, July 28 for an interactive cross-genre summer literary slam! You can find more about the event here.

If you are in Boston please go to this event and support this amazing organization. 

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion in Mashable

Interboro and the Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion are featured in this article about income inequality in Mashable.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Edward T. "Ned" Coll

Here's a great piece in the History News Network by our pal Andrew W. Kahrl on Edward T. "Ned" Coll, an amazing, unsung hero of open cities everywhere. We highly recommend this reading in advance of your July 4th celebrations!