1 CM or 1 Eq. CM | Expires Dec. 31, 2024

What Lies Beneath: Equitable Planning for Historic Cemeteries In Your Community

Learn how planners can take historic cemeteries into account within their communities as part of an equitable process. The loss of African American burial sites and cemeteries in Florida is an increasing concern. Speakers will discuss state resources and programs created to address this persistent and growing issue of abandoned and neglected cemeteries. Speakers will cover the importance and methods for identifying, researching, and documenting cemeteries as important cultural resources. Case studies of the historical cemeteries of Jacksonville will be presented, highlighting the efforts that have been made to preserve and restore several of the city’s segregated and predominantly Black cemeteries.

PRESENTERS: Adrienne Burke AICP Esq. Stephanie Gallagher AICP CEP Patricia Davenport-Jacobs

Watch the session here. On-Demand Event #9282664

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1 CM | Expires Dec. 31, 2024

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: What Planners Can Learn from Yellowstone

The hit TV series Yellowstone follows the Dutton family, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States, under constant attack by those it borders – land developers that make billions, an Indian reservation, and America’s first National Park. The session will do a deep dive into several planning topics that play an intricate role in the plot line of the series: changing zoning to protect the ranch; riparian water rights; eminent domain to build an airport; Indian reservation casino development; land use planning from the Governor’s office, and more.

Presenters: Narinah Jean-Baptiste Esq. Jerry Bell AICP Scarlet Hammons AICP CTP Lisa Colmenares AICP

What the session here. On-Demand Event #9282663

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