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When does preservation become social justice? Danielle Del Sol explores for National Trust for Historic Preservation

August 28, 2017

"The more inclusive preservation becomes, the more people can access the tools that it offers and use them to transform and uplift their own communities, whether through storytelling or neighborhood revitalization. It is vital that we abolish the misconception of preservation as an insular practice."

Adjunct Lecturer Danielle Del Sol (MPS '11) explores the question, "When does historic preservation become social justice?" in this post for the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Photo: National Trust for Historic Preservation logo.

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