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    The number of black women architects has quadrupled in 15 years. But four times a fraction of a percent doesn't amount to much.

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    I wish we had a different motive for putting Raye McDavid on the cover of this month's ARCHITECT—say, because she's sparked a revolution in building technology, brokered a landmark business deal, or taken the aesthetics of her latest project to a whole new level.