- 8 video lessons (65 Mins)
Browse Course Chapters
2.1790 to 19147 mins
3.Pre-World War II6 mins
4.Post-World War II3 mins
5.1980s and 1990s5 mins
6.The 2000s, Part I15 mins
7.The 2000s, Part II19 mins
What You Will Learn
- The relationship among immigration, space, and planning.
- The importance of racialized and ethnic immigrants to our cities, suburbs, and rural communities.
- Understand the dark history of draconian immigration policies and the role of planners in immigrant communities.
This course reviews the relationship among immigration, space, and planning, providing an overview of key figures, dates, and events related to immigration policies and practices in the United States. The time frame starts with 1790 and continues to the present. The overview includes key figures, such as Jacob Riis, Jane Adams, and Dr. Michael Dear, and focuses on selected dates and events, such as the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.
Learn these skills
- Law and Policy
- Urban Design
This course is approved for 1 AICP CM credit.
This course is not eligible for CM Equity credit because the instructor is not AICP.