Jess Myers is an urbanist, podcaster, and editor focusing on urban planning and architecture. Outside of her work as an Assistant Professor in the Rhode Island School of Design's Architecture Department, Myers is the series editor of Taking Freedom, a social justice book series, which will be published by a coalition of the Service Employees International Union, MIT’s Community Innovators Lab, and CUNY's School of Labor and Urban Studies. She also serves as the chapter steward for the Architecture Lobby’s New York chapter. Her podcast, Here There Be Dragons takes an in-depth look at the intersection of identity politics and security policy in urban space through the eyes of city residents. She is currently quarantined in Brooklyn, New York.
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