US IN THE CITY
My motivation for this series entitled "US IN THE CITY" reflects the culturally fighting times that we continue to face in the built environment. Redlining for example, is the act of discriminating against potential homebuyers due to race and background - has been banned for decades, but the outcomes still impacts generations to this day. Much of the buildings and spaces that we occupy and enjoy have been built by minorities, yet they are still seen as inferior. How can we change this? How can we shift the narrative?