Toni Griffin discusses what Biden’s presidency could mean for America’s cities in Architectural Digest

Professor in Practice of Urban Planning and founder of Urban American City Toni L. Griffin was recently featured in Architectural Digest as one of six experts considering what a Biden presidency could mean for the future of architecture and the built environment. Griffin highlights how the Biden administration will be “inheriting a series of challenges—like COVID and the epidemic of violence and brutality.” In response, says Griffin, “we can no longer continue to rebuild in the same way we always have. We have to take and learn from the failures of our infrastructures and begin to develop those in new ways now.”

Read Griffin’s full response in the article “What Biden’s Presidency Could Mean for Architecture and the Built World.”