Posts Tagged ‘NOMA’

10 years ago


Where has the time gone? Almost ten years ago, my essay “Where Are the Architects That Look Like Me?” was published. At that time there were only 143 licensed African American women architects. I didn’t think it was a ground breaking essay and I am sure many other women had said the same words. That […]

Tea Kung Fu Photo by Michael Camilleri After dinner, a cup of tea or coffee is always welcome. Consider this my after dinner post to wrap up this edition of the dinner series. For the last couple of weeks, I have been writing about food and community, particularly focused around dinner. I had a lot […]

blaze a trail


The following is a piece of a thread of Twitter chat I participated in a month ago. @skibison: @NOMArchitects A2: Do you still really need to blaze ure own path? Have there not been enough examples to follow? #NOMAchat August 31, 2011, 12:43 am @MelissaRDaniel: I wish I was tough like the pioneer women b4 […]

The latest NOMA (National Magazine’s them is Africa: Dissect, Design, Deliver. (Thanks to Ifeoma Ebo for coming up the title.) The articles are great. Shout our to Betsy Ismail for the wonderful graphic layout, to Ifeoma Ebo, Stephonie Nash and Victoria Kaplan for editorial assitance.

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