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Nine in 10 Americans live in metropolitan areas. These cities offer great opportunities, but they they also face grand challenges. Throughout Texas and the rest of the country, our cities require fresh ideas, innovative partnerships, and feasible and affordable policies to address growing challenges. Meet the Mayors series at the LBJ School brings together the Mayors building the cities of the future.

The 61st Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, visits the LBJ School in recognition of Austin Pride. Parker was Houston’s second woman mayor and one of the first openly gay mayors of a major U.S. city. As Mayor she fought to cover sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and housing discrimination and services in one of the most comprehensive non discrimination orders in the nation. Parker is currently the President and CEO of Victory Institute, a national organization dedicated to building a pipeline of LGBTQ public leaders.

This event is hosted by the LBJ Urban Lab and the LBJ School Office of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.

Nine in 10 Americans live in metropolitan areas. These cities offer great opportunities, but they they also face grand challenges. Throughout Texas and the rest of the country, our cities require fresh ideas, innovative partnerships, and feasible and affordable policies to address growing challenges. Meet the Mayors series at the LBJ School brings together the Mayors building the cities of the future.

The 61st Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, visits the LBJ School in recognition of Austin Pride. Parker was Houston’s second woman mayor and one of the first openly gay mayors of a major U.S. city. As Mayor she fought to cover sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and housing discrimination and services in one of the most comprehensive non discrimination orders in the nation. Parker is currently the President and CEO of Victory Institute, a national organization dedicated to building a pipeline of LGBTQ public leaders.

This event is hosted by the LBJ Urban Lab and the LBJ School Office of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.

Nine in 10 Americans live in metropolitan areas. These cities offer great opportunities, but they they also face grand challenges. Throughout Texas and the rest of the country, our cities require fresh ideas, innovative partnerships, and feasible and affordable policies to address growing challenges. Meet the Mayors series at the LBJ School brings together the Mayors building the cities of the future.

The 61st Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, visits the LBJ School in recognition of Austin Pride. Parker was Houston’s second woman mayor and one of the first openly gay mayors of a major U.S. city. As Mayor she fought to cover sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and housing discrimination and services in one of the most comprehensive non discrimination orders in the nation. Parker is currently the President and CEO of Victory Institute, a national organization dedicated to building a pipeline of LGBTQ public leaders.

This event is hosted by the LBJ Urban Lab and the LBJ School Office of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion.

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LBJ School of Public Affairs - Bass Lecture Hall
2315 Red River St.
Austin , TX 78712
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lbj-urban-lab-presents-meet-the-mayors-tickets-399622841677?aff=CultureMap

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