A month ago preservationists from around the country gathered in Washington, DC for PastForward 2015. As part of this conference, four marquee talks pushed, challenged, and engaged attendees on issues that are critical to the next fifty years of the preservation movement. Each of these issues transcend our work in saving places connecting our passion for history with broader conversations on who we are, diversity and inclusion, sustainability, and neighborhood development.
We know that not everyone could be at the conference in person, so each of these talks are now available online. We hope that you'll take the time to listen to Stephanie K. Meeks on the past and future of historic preservation, absorb the lessons from Bryan Stevenson about creating a legacy that lifts up the American identity, be inspired by Mary Rowe and her talk about growing communities organically, and be engaged by Marion Mollegen McFadden's work in the federal sector.
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