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Richmond City Council 2019
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Thad Williamson is a professor, writer and civic activist teaching at the University of Richmond. His work focuses on the connection between theories of democracy and social justice and the practice of public policy and public administration.
Fifty Fixes for the Fifth, #5: Slow Down! (Vision Zero)
Fifty Fixes for the Fifth #4: Time to Pair Up!
Fifty Fixes for the Fifth, #3: A New George Wythe High School, Sooner, Not Later
Statement on Proposed Navy Hill Development
Fifty Fixes for the 5th, #2: Pave the Potholes!
Five Progressive Standards for Economic Development Policy
Fifty Fixes for the Fifth, #1: Add a Residency Requirement to the City Charter
A Track Record of Getting Things Done
Monuments to Justice Must Go Up, Monuments to Racism Must Come Down: A Fourth of July Statement
Making Richmond City Government Work Better
Making the Circle Bigger: Remarks at The Giving Wall event, 5/11/19
Graduation Speech, John B. Cary Elementary 2019: Do the Right Thing, Do the Hard Thing, Do the Kind Thing!
Confronting Gun Violence in Richmond