We work to dismantle systemic barriers that engender racial disparities by using history to breakdown why they exist in the first place and explain how they persist today. We do this through interactive public history and art-based programs to uplift underrepresented communities who have been long overlooked and whose stories deserved to be preserved and shared.
We worked with the Robert O'Neal Multicultural Arts Center (ROMAC) AND local artist Merritt Holdcraft to produce coloring book pages that teach kids (and adults) the importance of preserving the West End history.
Join our Patreon to get early access to our newest project, the Cincinnati Black History Activity Book, in partnership with the ROMAC.
EERC + URBANIST MEDIA
The neighborhood of Evanston has been historically marginalized both geographically and demographically by urban renewal, which has led to decades of disinvestment. By working with the Evanston Employment Resource Center (EERC) to establish "Celebrating Evanston", a community archive, this project seeks to capture voices of Evanston residents through oral histories so their stories can be better preserved.
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