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           Mahatma Gandhi said: "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." This 'back to school' issue is about leveraging design as a tool for social justice, entrepreneurialism, and finally, economic empowerment. Malcom X said: “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” Get your passports ready; the diversity, inclusion and equity train for a better tomorrow is boarding.  Adelante!  

Roy Rogelio Hernández

Founder & Publisher


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In this issue

Memo                                  Learning for Today, Tomorrow, and Forever 

                                                Rogelio Roy Hernández

Perspective                        Pedagogy of Now

                                                BD Editorial

City Planning                      Passion for Planning & Social Justice 

                                                Bo Chung

Cover Story                        10 Year Plan, CED, UC Berkeley

                                                Joseph Martinez & Rogelio Roy Hernández

Architecture                       Building Relations, Inspiring Communities

                                                B. Karina Ruiz, AIA, LEED BD+C, Principal, BRIC Architecture, Inc.

Latino Urbanism                Design is Not Neutral

                                                James Rojas

Diversity in Education       CED Diversity Survey

                                                 CASA Alumni

Transitions                         Fred Jose Atilano, Beloved Friend, True Chicano & Life-long CASA Supporter

                                                Oswaldo Lopez & Antonio Pizano

CASA Now!                         CASA Newsletter

                                                       Samantha Andalon & Jovany Vallejo Martinez, UC Berkeley

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