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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Saturday, April 6 • 10:30am - 11:50am
Saturday - Engaging the Public in Public Policy

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Moderator: Kitty Kelley Epstein (OaklandWORKS/Holy Names University/Fielding Graduate University)

  • Effects of State Takeovers of Local School Districts on Political Participation
    Domingo Morel (Brown University)
  • Organizing to Change a City
    Kitty Kelly Epstein (OaklandWORKS/Holy Names University/Fielding Graduate University)
  • All Politics Is Not Local and the Difference It Makes: Direct Democracy and Stadium Financing in San Francisco and Minnesota
    Richard Keiser (Carleton College)
  • Regulating the Homeless in Public Space: Policy Discourses of the Sit/lie Ordinance in San Francisco, CA
    Lauren Larin (Portland State University)
  • Political Activities of Community Representating Organizations
    Juliet Musso (University of Southern California), Christopher Weare (University of Southern California), Matthew Young (University of Southern California), Hyoung-Ah Kim (University of Southern California)

Presenters
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Kitty Kelly Epstein

Professor, Holy Names University and Fielding Graduate University
In 2013 Kitty Kelly Epstein was honored with the Activist Scholar Award at the national conference of the Urban Affairs Association.  This was based on her work in Oakland, California where she led an innovation in democracy that consisted of 41 groups comprised of 800 people whose recommendations helped to change public policy on land use; the hiring of local residents on city-funded construction projects; the diversification of the teaching... Read More →
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Richard Keiser

Carleton College
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Lauren Larin

Portland State University
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Domingo Morel

Brown University
MY

Matthew Young

University of Southern California

Co-Authors
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Christopher Weare

University of Southern California
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Hyoung-Ah Kim

University of Southern California
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Juliet Musso

University of Southern California

Moderators
avatar for Kitty Kelly Epstein

Kitty Kelly Epstein

Professor, Holy Names University and Fielding Graduate University
In 2013 Kitty Kelly Epstein was honored with the Activist Scholar Award at the national conference of the Urban Affairs Association.  This was based on her work in Oakland, California where she led an innovation in democracy that consisted of 41 groups comprised of 800 people whose recommendations helped to change public policy on land use; the hiring of local residents on city-funded construction projects; the diversification of the teaching... Read More →

Saturday April 6, 2013 10:30am - 11:50am
Vanderbilt Room