Statement from the NCPE Chair
As the chair of the National Council for Preservation Education’s executive committee, I want to express our common horror, disgust, outrage, and grief around the highly visible murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks and countless other black men and women whose murders have not been so visible. This disproportionate “inappropriate use of force” against black people is not acceptable. Our organization supports the attention and activism to reform policing standards and joins in the call to action to address and attack systematic racism. We hope for a considerably safer existence for NCPE’s black students, faculty, staff, community constituents, and residents of the US writ large.
The executive committee is developing a call to action for our member programs with more specific actions and initiatives.
Amalia Leifeste, AIA
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