What happens in Washington DC, does not always stay in DC. In episode 103 of Archispeak, we are joined by several guests to discuss the post-election response by the AIA, subsequent reaction to that response and eventual apology. Where does the AIA and the architectural profession go from here? Listen in to find out.
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- Guests - Rosa Sheng | Donna Sink | Greg Walker | Annelise Pitts
- AIA National: Architects Issue Statement on 2016 Election Results (Note: Original post has been removed.)
- An Open Letter to Robert Ivy, FAIA - The Equity Alliance
- Open Letter from the AIA Committee on the Environment
- AIA Chicago Responds to Recent Post-Election Statements
- AIA’s Post-Election Statement Provokes Backlash - Architecture Record
- What a Trump presidency means for New Urbanism - Public Square: A CNU Journal
- AIA releases statement on 2016 U.S. Election results — Will Trump's relations with architects change? - Archinet Journal
- AIA pledges to work with Donald Trump, membership recoils - The Architects Newspaper
- Letter to Robert Ivy FAIA from the Boston Society of Architects
- A post-election message from the AIA's CEO & National President
- Architect Fritz Read resigns from AIA over its pledge to work with President-Elect Trump
- Trump's Election Fractures The Architecture Community
- Places Journal - Vigilance and Resolve
- Architects Respond to Trump's Election, AIA's "Endorsement" - METROPOLIS
- AIASF Board of Directors Respond to air National Post-Election statement issued by Robert Ivy, FAIA, of AIA National
- #NotMyAIA: AIA Receives Widespread Backlash from Architects for Pledging to Work with Trump - Architizer
- American Institute of Architects Apologizes for Statement of Support for Trump - The New York Times
- A special message to members - AIA National
- Open letter to NOMA Membership - Karen Compton
- AIA Apologizes For Trump Pledge As Architects' Fury Grows
- Why Architects Are Outraged Over a Letter to Trump - CityLab
- Compared to AIA letters issued during Obama's election, CEO Robert Ivy's statement on Trump is far from "business as usual" - Archinet Journal
- What will Donald Trump's presidency mean for architects? - AIA National
- National Equity Atlas - Data Summaries (America’s Demography)
- Why Equity Matters for Everyone: A New Value Proposition for Design - Rosa Sheng
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