Bridging the Divide
Special | 26m 41s
In the late 1970s, the New York State Department of Transportation demolished nine blocks of commercial property and hundreds of residential residences to build the Hoosick Street Bridge. Today, the bridge is a monument to division. Through The Uniting Line project, local artist Jade Warrick will install murals throughout the bridge's surface area to transform and beautify the space.
Aired: 02/17/22 |
Extras From This Special
Bridging the Divide - Panel Discussion
Clip: Special | 43m 56s
Bridging the Divide Panel: Elizabeth Dubben
Clip: Special | 1m 9s
Bridging the Divide Panel: Jade Warrick
Clip: Special | 1m 11s
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Special | 56m 46s
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Special | 56m 51s
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Special | 52m 43s
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