Elizabeth Whitton’s passion for safe, reliable infrastructure began during her time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco. She works with clients across the country to conduct research, communicate, and apply interdisciplinary skills across the built environment. After several years as a Capitol Hill resident, she is now based in Florida.
Leslie Kern’s “Feminist City” asks us to look around. Does our environment support the daily activities, care work, and needs of women? This recently published book intermixes Kern’s personal stories, real-world examples, and research to expose how our cities, neighborhoods, and transportation decisions make childcare, household activities, and safety challenging for women. “Feminist City” balances […]