Carolina Planning, the Institute for the Arts & Humanities, and the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost will host “In the Shadow of Ferguson,” a multimedia performance bringing to live a 100-year history of housing and urban policy that documents how separate has never been equal. This event is based on research led by Associate Professor Mai Nguyen in the Department of City and Regional Planning.
St. Louis artists and activists will perform in the show. A $5 donation to support the “Chosen for Change” non-profit is requested.
For more information, please visit planning.unc.edu/ferguson.