How Subtle Language Can Create a Culture of Segregation
Clip: 02/22/2022 | 11m 29s
Since we first met Tonika Lewis Johnson in 2020, she has expanded the Folded Map project -- adding workshops, a play and a movie. On top of all that, she collaborated with sociologist Maria Krysan to create the "DON'T GO" project -- that's a series of interviews with 30 people who confronted and eventually combatted harmful narratives about Chicago’s South and West sides.
Aired: 02/22/22 |
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