Racializing Space: Housing, Inequality, and Resistance in Detroit, 1930-2020 is a historical analysis, visualization, and urban humanities-based interpretation of structural racism as it relates to housing in Detroit and southeast Michigan.
Detroit Historical Society
Tracy Irwin, exhibition design
Billy Wall-Winkel, public historian
University of Michigan: Architecture and Urban Planning
Jonathan Massey, dean of college
Tim Berke, PhD student
Robert Fishman, American urban historian
Larissa Larsen, urban and regional planning
Joshua Powell, architect
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University of Michigan: Public Design Corps
Jacob Comerci, academic initiatives