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Stephanie Webb
Average rating:4.5Number of reviews:(2)
In this introductory course, we will talk about why some neighborhoods have different reputations and how to change our perspectives.

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By the end of the class, students will be able to understand that residents of distressed communities should not be burdened with changing the perspectives of those outside their communities. Also, students will understand that residents in segregated, higher-income communities are allowed to make choices for their neighborhoods, while segregated, lower-income communities are subject to the whims of those with more resources.
In addition to my education, I was also an endurance athlete for four years, which made it impossible to ignore how the built environment was put together. Because I had already received my degrees in African American Studies and Geographic Information Systems, I made a point to educate others to understand that our perceptions of our neighbors is not just shaped by our first impressions, but how we are taught to maintain our first impressions.
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We will be talking about race and discrimination, as well as how businesses contribute to discrimination by race.
Average rating:4.5Number of reviews:(2)
I am a native Austinite who has been interested in social studies since childhood. In addition to teaching, I write on the blog deciphercity.org, which focuses on spatial racism. Understanding how the built environment is shaped helps inform our... 
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per class
Meets once
60 min

Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-12
4-8 learners per class

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