Undesign the Redline: Understanding Our Past and Planning Our Future Panel Discussion

Please join us for a panel discussion with:

Melissa M. Soto-Schwartz, Associate Professor, History / Women’s & Gender Studies

An overview of the history of Redlining.

Rachel Stehle, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology

An overview of the ways in which the social and economic effects of Redlining are still evident in communities today.

Ty Olson, Ph.D., Program Manager & Adjunct Faculty, Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies
Thoughts on Undesigning the Redline from a conflict resolution and conflict transformation perspective.

 

Classes and groups are welcome at the Feb. 22 panel discussion. We just ask that you please contact Stephanie Faciana in advance so that we can plan accordingly. Individuals do not need to register in advance. (Contact information below.)

At 12:30 p.m., following this panel discussion, you are invited to visit the Undesign the Redline Exhibit in the Western Campus Theatre Lobby for a guided tour.

 

Undesign the Redline Exhibit

Western Campus Theater Lobby

Open at Western Campus for self-guided tours from Feb. 19 – March 8 any time the college is open.

Undesign the Redline is a traveling, interactive exhibit that explores the history of redlining nationally and in our own neighborhoods. Learn the history, interact with the stories and discover how to revamp structural inequities.

Thursday, February 22 at 11:00am to 12:30pm

Tri-C Western Campus, Galleria 11000 Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma, OH 44130

Event Type

Campus Events, Western, Student Engagement, Special Events, Stand for Racial Justice

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff, Students

Website

http://www.tri-c.edu/stand-for-racial...

Cost

Free

Hashtag

##Undesigntheredline

Contact Information

stephanie.faciana@tri-c.edu

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