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Liz sometimes describes her calling as helping to shape the places that enable people to live their best stories.

The power of story to shape our understanding of who we are, where we have been, and where we want to go has been a driving force in Liz’s work. She regularly shares stories from her work, the wisdom that they’d yielded, and the questions that they’ve inspired.

Watch some of her talks below.

 

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Talk Recordings

2017
TED Talk: What if Gentrification was About Healing Communities Instead of Displacing Them
2020
Knight Foundation: Public Spaces Forum
2020
Center For Urban Pedagogy: What Is Community - Engaged Design During – and After – COVID?
2013
TEDx Mid-Atlantic | Washington, DC
2020
Minneapolis College Of Art and Design : Race and Design
2021
Portland Parks Foundation Re-Imagining Portland
2021
Center For The Living City: Jane Jacobs Lecture Series | The Architecture of Collective Intimacy
2023
LIZ OGBU AND JAMELLE BOUIE ON REPAIR: UVA School of Architecture
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