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P 1009 The History of Neighborhood Planning Units

Examine the evolution of NPUs since 1974, investigating the dynamic interplay of local, state, and national influences that gave rise to a distinctive civic engagement model.

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P 1009 The History of Neighborhood Planning Units
P 1009 The History of Neighborhood Planning Units

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Feb 08, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

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About the Event

This course offers an examination of the creation and evolution of the City of Atlanta's Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs). Students will gain insights into local, state, and national influences that led to this new form of civic participation for Atlanta residents in 1974 – during Maynard Jackson's first year as mayor – and how it has changed over the next 50 years. The curriculum provides a comprehensive understanding of the people and processes that have played a pivotal role in shaping Atlanta's neighborhoods as we know them today.

Participants must download the Zoom app and must have a smartphone, iPad, or another tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. A Wi-Fi connection is strongly encouraged, but not required. If you are not using wifi, please check with your wireless or internet service provider to ensure additional data charges will not apply.   

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