Tweetie Bird It is about imagining that the center is ever flexible and having the courage to create new centers.-Theaster Gates on his work #ArtPlace [More from ccoletta]

September 4, 2004

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He's been called the best mayor in America - not only by guests on our show, but by Governing magazine, American City and County magazine and by Library Journal. He isÊ, mayor of Chicago. His take over of Chicago schools, his groundbreaking green initiatives and his award-winning community policing strategies have made him one of the most admired city leaders in the nation. And he is our guest this week on "Smart City."

In the second half of our show, we'll talk to Cameron Sinclair, founder and executive director of the very unusual nonprofit,ÊArchitecture for Humanity. The young organization and its founder have galvanized design professionals around the world to respond to social and humanitarian concerns.

We'll talk to Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and Architecture for Humanity founder Cameron Sinclair on the next "Smart City."

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