Willow Lung-Amam discusses the changing accessibility of Washington, D.C. with the NYT

Jan 29, 2021

Willow Lung-Amam

Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Planning Willow Lung-Amam shared her perspective as a D.C. resident with the New York Times, discussing the relationship between government and city, and how, in the wake of unrest, that relationship continues to evolve. “One of the reasons that my husband and I have always loved the city is you can literally walk from the neighborhoods of D.C.—when there were actually Black people living downtown—and access those grounds, the Smithsonian.” Read the story in the NYT.