Diversity and Inclusion: Historic Preservation as a Tool for Cultural Perpetuation

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Program Description:

Join us on this week’s episode of Tangible Remnants, as we sit down with Ira Matt, Director of the Office of Native American Affairs at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, who has over 22 years of historic preservation and cultural resources management experience. Ira brings a wealth of knowledge to the discussion on cultural nuances, diversity, and compassion in the workplace. In this enlightening conversation, Ira shares his extensive knowledge and insights on navigating cross-cultural communication, working with tribal nations, and the positive impact of implementing historic preservation as a tool to effectuate cultural perpetuation. Tune in to this episode to learn valuable tips on how to cultivate compassion and understanding in the workplace, and enhance your communication skills with people from all walks of life.

Learning Objectives:
AIA CES Program ID #: GMG.0016
Approved Type: Elective
Approved Credit Hrs: 0.5 LU
Program Length: 40:22 Minutes
Program Level: Entry
Category: Project Development & Documentation

Instructional Delivery Method(s):

  • Podcast

Program Length:

  • 40:22 Minutes

Approved Learning Units and Type:


AIA CES Program Approval Expiration Date:

  • Approved: 05/26/2023
  • Expiration: 05/26/2026


  • None

Program Level:

  • Entry

Advance Learner Preparation:

  • None

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