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The RAIC, in partnership with the Black Architects and Interior Designers Association (BAIDA), is pleased to present Lived Experiences in Architecture – a virtual panel discussion and live Q+A showcasing members of the BAIDA Executive Committee and their respective journeys in architecture. Join Samuel Oboh, FRAIC, Anne-Marie Armstrong, Shane Laptiste, MRAIC, and Farida Abu-Bakare as they explore their lived experiences of navigating academic and professional careers in architecture in Canada and internationally.

Black Architects and Interior Designers Association (BAIDA) is a non-profit organization made up of over 100 students, planners, interior designers, and architects. BAIDA aims to support diversity, equity and inclusion in the profession of architecture and interior design. By encouraging our communities to engage in initiatives focused on advocacy, mentorship, networking, and outreach, we can begin to address the issues of inequitable outcomes and a lack of diversity within the architecture and design industry.  

Registration closes on Monday, December 14, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

PRICE:

This session is free for Regular RAIC Members. 
The cost for Interns and Retired RAIC Members is $5.00, plus applicable taxes.
The cost for non-members is $15.00, plus applicable taxes.

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