UNDESIGN THE REDLINE Exhibit: Metropolitan Campus

The signature piece of the Undesign the Redline project, this traveling exhibit invites 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 of 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 Indesign this legacy.

Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at 8:30am to 5:00pm

More dates through February 16, 2024

Metropolitan Campus Auditorium , Lobby
2514-2534 E. 30th St., Cleveland, OH 44115

Event Type

Academic, Common Reading, Special Events, Community, Student Engagement, Black American Council, Hispanic Council, Multicultural

Target Audience

General Public, Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni





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Lisanetta McDade

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