Implications: Considerations of Race and Class

May 2020

Exhibition Proposal for the
National Public Housing Museum

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Implications: Considerations of Race and Class takes on issues of public housing in the United States. De jure versus de facto segregation defines segregation that is thought to be as a matter of fact against that which is created by laws and governments. 

Using historian Richard Rothstein’s, The Color of Law as a guide through this issues this exhibition invites the viewer through proposed solutions to housing inequality in the United States. Given the moment we are living in this zine reimagines the role of the museum as one that travels throughout the museum-goers home.