“A Blueprint for Re-renewal”
Wednesday, April 13th | The Dunbar Center | 5:30-7:30 PM
What is happening to the public housing surrounding the I-81 highway? Are resident voices being represented as future plans quickly move forward? Who stands to benefit from the conversion of public housing to mixed-income housing? And who stands to suffer?
These questions and more are answered in “A Blueprint for Re-renewal”, a documentary on the Blueprint 15 partnership. On April 13th from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Dunbar Center, “A Blueprint for Re-renewal” will premiere and will be followed by a panel discussion with local activists and public housing residents.
The event will conclude with a period of community reflection and a storytelling workshop. Audience members will be encouraged to express their thoughts following the premiere through writing and audio recording.
The premiere is a collaboration between City Scripts, The Most Beautiful Home… Maybe, the Dunbar Center, the Engaged Humanities Network, SUNY-ESF’s Writing Resource Center, SUNY-ESF’s Digital Storytelling Studio, and Write Out. The premiere has been made possible through funding from the SOURCE, the Renee Crown Honors Program and the Engaged Humanities Network.