Youth Housing Visioning Session
Posted by Black Quantum Futurism on April 16, 2018
Youth Housing Visioning Session at Icebox Project Space
Inspired by the legacy of the Fair Housing Act, Civil Rights and Black Liberation movements, and the space race in North Philadelphia during the 1960s, this art exhibition and community programming explores issues of affordable and fair housing, displacement/space/land grabs, and gentrification through the lens of afrofuturism, oral histories/futures, and Black spatial-temporal autonomy.
Community Futurisms: Time & Memory in North Philly is an ongoing collaborative art + creative research project exploring the impact of redevelopment, gentrification, and displacement within North Philly. The first iteration of the project included the award winning afrofuturist community space, Community Futures Lab.
April 22, 2018
Icebox Project Space
1400 North American Street
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