Shifting Paradigms: Diné build harmony, balance, and community into the planning process

Nov 15th, 2000 | By | Category: 12-2: Land is Life, Features
By Sue Wolf and Frank Morgan

The field of planning in the United States was born out of the need to solve urban problems in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As it developed, professional planners largely determined the shape of the landscape. The public was largely excluded from the process, as were all other elements of the environment. Planning in the Diné way, however, is something that all things do…air, water, rocks, plants, animals, and people. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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