Barnard’s Undesign Exhibition planning team launches an interactive exhibition at BARNARD’S MILSTEIN CENTER, examining the legacy of systemic racism and redlining in Barnard and Columbia’s neighborhoods and across the country.
Featured guests include:
Undesign the Redline Designer and Lead Curator April DeSimone
with remarks by:
Linda Bell, Provost
Monica McCormick, Dean of the Barnard LIbrary (BLAIS)
Miriam Neptune, Director of Teaching Learning and Digital Scholarship at BLAIS
Mary Rocco, Professor of Urban Studies
Jennifer Rosales, Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Pedagogy
featured performances and remarks by Barnard students: Mariame Sissoko ’24, Anique Edwards, ’24, and Jazmin Maço ’21.
This program is hosted by the Barnard Library (BLAIS) and the Digital Humanities Center, the Center for Engaged Pedagogy and the Barnard–Columbia Urban Studies Program. The exhibition has been funded by the Barnard-Columbia Urban Studies Program, the Center for Engaged Pedagogy, Barnard Center for Research on Women, a grant from Humanities New York with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and an Addressing Racism Seed Grant from the Trustees of Columbia University. To learn more about this multi-faceted project, visit: https://undesign.dhcbarnard.org/