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Susan Silberberg

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Principal of Civic Moxie, a consulting and urban design firm,  and lecturer in urban design and planning at MIT

Susan Silberberg on KCRW

Random shootings in public places are causing Americans to grow increasingly anxious about dropping their kids off at school, going to the movies and other normal daily activities.

Will Fear of Random Attack Affect the Design of Public Space?

Random shootings in public places are causing Americans to grow increasingly anxious about dropping their kids off at school, going to the movies and other normal daily activities.

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