The Crisis: A 15 year Retrospective
Melvin Mitchell is President & CEO of Bryant & Bryant Architects & Planners, Inc - a 40 year-old firm based in Washington D.C. Prior to assuming the presidency of BM, PLLC, he was owner-principal of Melvin Mitchell Architects (established in 1972).
Mitchell is a former architecture professor at Howard University, former Director of the School of Architecture & Planning at Morgan State University, and was past president of the Washington D.C. Board of Architecture. Mitchell is the author of the critically acclaimed book, The Crisis of the African-American Architect, and obtained his B.Arch. in 1967 from Howard University and his M.Arch. in 1970 from Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Refreshments will be served in the first floor hallway at 5:30pm
This lecture is free and open to the public.