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Liz Ogbu, a designer, urbanist and social innovator, participates in a conversation with artist Caledonia Curry (a.k.a. Swoon) about solving social problems through creative transformations of places, systems and communities. Moderated by journalist Kriston Capps.

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Virtual, Solo Activity

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