Rashad Akeem Williams is a PhD candidate studying black political thought and urban planning at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. His research and teaching explore the moral bases for corrective racial justice at the municipal level and the range of policies that might constitute reparations in the planning context.
Master of Public Administration (Binghamton University, 2017)
MS in Student Affairs Administration (Binghamton University, 2017)
BS in Communication Studies (State University of New York at Cortland, 2014)
Williams, Rashad Akeem (2020) "From Racial to Reparative Planning: Confronting the White Side of Planning." Journal of Planning Education and Research
Goetz, Edward G., Rashad A. Williams, and Anthony Damiano (2020) "Whiteness and Urban Planning." Journal of the American Planning Association 86, no. 2 (2020): 142-156
Goetz, Edward G., Anthony Damiano, and Rashad A. Williams (2019) "Racially Concentrated Areas of Affluence." Cityscape 21, no. 1 (2019): 99-124