Planning and the Black Community Division A Forum to Address Issues of Significance to the Black Community
For four decades the Planning and the Black Community Division (PBCD) of the American Planning Association has pursued its mission of providing a forum for discussion, research, and action by African-American planners, citizens, and students. In this position, PBCD fills a unique role.
PBCD Virtual Happy Hour ZOOM Virtual Happy Hour
Planning and the Black Community Division and other APA Divisions will host a membership-wide Virtual Happy Hour Friday, May 8th, 2020 at 5 p.m. CST / 6 p.m. EST.
Join us on Zoom with your favorite beverage to connect with other planners across the Division and across the country. Share your thoughts and concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic and the implications for the black community. Toast our 40th Anniversary as a Division!
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The Planning and the Black Community Division (PBCD) of the APA is an organization that provides a national forum for planners, administrators, public officials, students, and other interested individuals to address issues of significance to the black community, promote exchange between members and other organizations, encourage and support professional development among black planners, and provide career information.