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Empowering Legacy Communities Through Creative Development
AIA CES program ID: GMG.0013
Approved LUs: .5 LU|Elective
Program level: Entry
Advance learner preparation: None
Join us in this week's episode of Tangible Remnants featuring Tonya Harris, founder of Parris Construction and Development, and a 20+ year veteran in real estate development. Tonya shares her journey into real estate development and reminds us that it's never too late to start a new path. We also take a look at the Arch Social Club, the oldest continuously operating African American social club in the United States, which moved into the former Schantze's Theatre in 1972. Listeners will gain valuable insights into Tonya's model - designed to create minimal displacement by focusing on vacant and underutilized properties and fostering home and business ownership among legacy communities - as well as her vision to be a world-class leader in the design, creation, and delivery of restored urban communities.
- Identify the journey of Tonya Harris in real estate development, and explain how her experience can motivate individuals to start a new path in their careers.
- Analyze the significance of the Arch Social Club, the oldest continuously operating African American social club in the United States, and how it has contributed to the legacy of its community.
- Evaluate Tonya Harris's model for creating minimal displacement by focusing on vacant and underutilized properties and fostering home and business ownership among legacy communities, and explain how this model can benefit communities.
- Assess Tonya Harris's vision to be a world-class leader in the design, creation, and delivery of restored urban communities, and explain how her vision can inspire individuals to make positive changes in urban development.
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