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The Fun Palace 017: Christine Gaspar

August 18, 2017

Christine Gaspar is the Executive Director of CUP, The Center for Urban Pedagogy based out of New York City. In this interview we learn about Christine’s beginnings in environmental studies and how this led her to take a keen interest in policy. She sees potential for wonderful creativity in policy which is what she helps cultivate at CUP where her team is creating a new visual language for policy. She is a campion for equity and social justice and believes that everyone deserves to know their rights. Their work is inspiring and necessary. This conversation took place in CUP’s headquarters in Brooklyn. We hope you enjoy it!

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