November 7, 2011
‘Future of American Cities’ is subject of panel discussion
The JHU Center for Social Concern and Tribe Inc. will present a nonpartisan panel discussion called “The Future of American Cities: Opportunities and Challenges” at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, in the Glass Pavilion on the Homewood campus.
Moderated by Anthony McCarthy of WEAA 89.9 FM, and encompassing a broad spectrum of ideological perspectives, this program will examine the future of America’s urban agenda and its place in our emerging multicultural democracy. Issues to be discussed include reduced immigration and diversity, population decline, African-American migration to the suburbs and the impact of America’s beleaguered economy.
The panelists will be Trae Lewis, Baltimore Area Young Republicans; Willie Flowers, the Park Heights Community Health Alliance; Donn Worgs, Towson University Department of Political Science; and Tom Stosur, Baltimore City Planning Department.