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American Roundtable, a new Architectural League initiative, brings together on-the-ground perspectives on the condition of American communities and what they need to thrive going forward.

In this session, join report editor Ane González Lara and contributors as they share key findings and highlights from their report, Diverse Peoples, Arid Landscapes, and the Built Environment. As the Lower Rio Grande region of south-central Mexico charts its future course through the issues of environmental racism, water scarcity, border security, and agricultural distress, and builds on the strengths of its multiculturalism and movement for indigenous rights, what can be learned from this land and its peoples? Their informal presentation will be followed by discussion on some of the report’s key ideas and provocations with American Roundtable Project Director Nicholas Anderson and League Executive Director Rosalie Genevro.

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