UNDESIGN THE REDLINE Exhibit: Metropolitan Campus

The Undesign the Redline project is a traveling exhibit inviting participants to learn the history, interact with the stories, and invent the future of undoing structural inequities. Become a part of a larger conversation, as many of the elements of the exhibit have been inspired by and added to by those who have visited previous installations. The exhibit has been in pop-up storefronts, abandoned buildings, social impact conferences, corporate headquarters, and on the street. To Undesign Redlining, we need to connect all these people and places.

Introduction: How explicit racism became structural.

Redlining: Explore the HOLC Maps and area descriptions of your city.

Timeline: Where does redlining fit in a history of devaluing and disenfranchisement? How was it combatted by people with another vision for society?

Stories from the Line: Hear from the experiences of those affected by Redlining and humanize the lessons of history. 

Undesign the Line: Learn about alternative models, hear inspirational stories, and participate in inventing the policies, practices, and entities that could undesign this legacy.

Friday, February 16 at 8:30am to 5:00pm

Metropolitan Campus, Auditorium Lobby
2900 Community College Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115