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Great Latino Streets, Great Latino Neighborhoods (from Cal Poly Pomona students)

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  • Emy Mendoza
    Hello MURPS people - At the recent CCAPA Conference in San Jose, some of the SJSU Urban Planning students met and networked with the Cal Poly Pomona Urban
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 22, 2007
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      Hello MURPS people -  
        
      At the recent CCAPA Conference in San Jose , some of the SJSU Urban Planning students met and networked with the Cal Poly Pomona Urban Planning students.  See below for an email from these new colleagues.  
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      The American Planning Student Association (ASPA) of Cal Poly Pomona will be sponsoring a joint event from Latinos and Planning-LA Chapter
      Division of APA and Urban Latino Forum next week in the city of
      Montebello.  The event will showcase Great Latino Streets and Great
      Latino Neighborhoods as part of the National Community Planning Month.  Please forward to your planning students and community.  
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      Manuel Muñoz
      Student, Urban & Regional Planning
      California State Polytechnic, Pomona
      President, American Planning Student Association of Cal Poly Pomona
      Region VI Representative, Student Representative Council of APA
      Student Representative, Los Angeles-American Planning Association
      American Planning Association
      Planning Intern, City of Cerritos
       
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      Great Latino Streets,

      Great Latino Neighborhoods

      Date:  Thursday, Oct 25,2007

      Time:  7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

      Location:  Montebello City Hall , Council Chambers

      1600 W. Beverly Blvd.

      Montebello, CA 90640

       

      As great numbers of Latinos settle into large parts of Los Angeles , they bring with them

      different use of urban space to an already existing built environment. This panel will discuss what creates a sense of place in Latino neighborhoods, by examining culture, urban design and social characteristics.

      Presentation:

      • James Rojas, Hector Solis, and Manny Munoz

      Respondents:

      Professor Clara Irazabel, Ph.D USC, School of Policy , Planning and Development

      Professor Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Chair UCLA, Department of Urban Planning

      Professor Ana Maria Whitaker, Cal Poly Pomona Urban &Regional Planning Department

      This event is part of APA National Community Planning Month

      Sponsored by Latinos and Planning, Los Angeles Chapter,

      The Latino Urban Forum (LUF), and

      The American Planning Student Association, Cal Poly Pomona .

      Contacts:         David Salazar  dsalazar@... or

                              Elizabeth Delgado  Delgado.e@...

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