Undesign the Redline Private Tour Sign-Up
Enterprise Community Partners, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, and Mt. Pleasant NOW Development Corporation launched the Undesign the Redline Exhibit on Friday, September 21st. Undesign the Redline explores the history of race, class, and U.S. housing policy - a legacy that continues to shape our cities and towns. Created by social impact firm Designing the WE, the exhibit uses maps, historical data, and stories to trace how race determined where people were allowed to live, and how the government policy known as "redlining" created segregation and disinvestment in Cleveland that persists to this day.

Participants see how systemic racist housing policies and practices in the 1930s connect to political and social issues of today, and experience the powerful narratives of the people and communities affected by redlining and its legacy. This interactive exhibit, workshop series, and curriculum explores the history of structural racism and classism, how these designs compounded each other from 1938 Redlining maps until today, and how WE can come together to undesign these systems with intentionality and urgency. Through Undesign the Redline, Enterprise and CNP seek to inspire a new conversation about how we can undesign these systems and influence the pathways that lead to better outcomes in Cleveland communities.

All PUBLIC tour guides will be available every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am -noon, 1 pm - 3 pm, and 4 pm - 6 pm. If you are interested in a private tour, then please complete the form below. Devonta Dickey will be sure to get back to between 2 to 4 business after your request.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to call Devonta Dickey at 773.816.3307 or via email at DDickey@clevelandnp.org.

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