Significant African-American Buildings in Pittsburgh

Significant African-American Buildings in Pittsburgh

Let’s kick-off Black History Month 2021! Explore the region’s historically-significant buildings documents the accomplishments of Pittsburgh’s African American Community. We share the architecture and more importantly the pride, perseverance, and perspective of resourceful and creative local leaders who had a national impact. RECORDED 2/1/2021

Presented by DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh / Hosted by William Bates. Mr. Bates has a long history of international development experience in corporate real estate and construction. He is an adjunct faculty member in Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture and was recently elected Vice President of the American Institute of Architects’ national board.

The DOP Stories series, November 2020 – February 2021, is supported in part by: UPMC, Dollar Bank and The Benter Foundation.


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