On Monday, May 11, join ARCHITECT and contributing editor Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson for a Twitter chat on the relationship between the Baltimore riots and urban design. Dickinson recently wrote "Architecture's Role in Baltimore" for ARCHITECT, which discussed how the city rebuilt following the 1968 riots, and asked how the city might respond to the latest uprisings.
How can Baltimore rebuild better? What can architects, designers, and urban planners learn from the way the city rebuilt following the 1968 riots? What can architects in other cities learn from Baltimore? These are the kinds of questions we'd like to explore, but we also want to hear from you. Tweet or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. And join the discussion next Monday at 1 p.m., using the hashtag #DesigningBaltimore.