December 9, 2022

Urban Planner Listens to What People Want After Pandemic | Voice of America

With the coronavirus pandemic easing in the U.S., discussions are underway about what people want their communities to be like post-COVID. Urban planner James Rojas is leading a workshop to explore these ideas, as Deana Mitchell reports from Oakland, California.

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