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Architecture and #MeToo: The AIA is changing how it honors architects

from Curbed

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is reevaluating policy surrounding who it elevates and anoints in the profession. It’s the AIA’s latest move to improve equity in architecture and combat sexual harassment. The AIA recently announced it retained the services of the law firm Covington & Burling, LLP and its partner Eric Holder, Jr., former attorney general in the Obama administration. Holder’s firm will conduct a comprehensive review of how the organization selects recipients of its honor awards and decides who is elevated to the college of fellows, a group of AIA members considered to be the most exemplary architects. more

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