Strong towns are family friendly || Office Hours || Rachel Quednau

Norm Van Eeden Petersman
Norm Van Eeden Petersman
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02:11 Why Strong Towns are Family-Friendly Towns

08:05 What do you see as a parent familiar with the Strong Towns approach?

10:05 How do you look at Strong Towns issues as a parent in a distinctive light?

12:15 How can strong citizens help create places that are welcoming and accessible to parents and children with disabilities?

16:49 What advice do you have for those who want to organize around issues that parents care about?

29:45 How do we help parents connect the dots?

41:18 Closing Thoughts



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About Office Hours

Our door is wide open once a week for Strong Towns members to come and discuss how to build resilience and prosperity in their communities. Each week will focus on a different topic with a member of the Strong Towns team. The tone is casual and conversational. Drop in late if you need to; you’ll be just as welcome.

Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET on Zoom

Submit your questions and ideas for topics in advance as you register, or ask them on the fly. Just so you know, pre-submitted questions and topics will be given priority during the conversation. 

Schedule & Registration Details Are Available Here

Can't attend? Catch the replay in Action Lab once it gets posted.


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