LDR-Lab Publishes Práctica
Latino Design and Research Lab (LDR-Lab), a student organization dedicated to the planning and design of culturally, environmentally, and economically sustainable Latino communities, recently published the first issue of Práctica.
The journal features a collection of practitioner profiles, research articles, field reports, and public policy papers that focus on a range of issues that impact Latino communities in the United States and abroad.
Práctica is distributed across Cornell, to planning programs around the country, prominent alumni and practitioners, and select bookstores. AAP students working on the publication include editor in chief Luis Angel Martinez (M.R.P. ’13); contributing editors Ben Cummins (M.R.P. ’13), Maren Hill (M.R.P. ’13), and Inna Kitaychik (M.R.P. ’13); and contributor Katherine Filardo (M.R.P. ’13). Professor John Forester, CRP, provided advisory support. The staff plans to publish the journal twice a year.