Report on Segregation within the Shaker Heights Community.
+ Systems Design
This report on segregation aims to serve those who want to make a difference. Moreover, to educate individuals about a relatively unknown case of segregation in the 1970s. This report mainly examines systematic racism through physical barriers such as roadblocks.
Approaching research, I looked at the 1970s census data of Shaker Heights (Cleveland Suburb) and the neighboring city community of Lee-Miles. The year 1970 is imperative since that's when the roadblocks were established.
Members: Mason Rousey, Celia Cousineau, Hannah Miller
Consolidation of Data (Graphic)
Reseach Proposal/Design Opportunity
1) Making a report that centers on the culture of redlined or segregated districts focusing on the environment and processes of these areas. It delves into breaking down the current norms and leads to how an "anti-racist" lens can be assumed.
2) Creating a collage showcasing how past communities in these segregated spaces combat racist policies—explaining these interpersonal relationships in both areas.
I combined these ideas in a folder with a report within it. The collage would inhabit the interior and exterior of the folder. The report would showcase the research done up to this point of the project
Low-Fidelity: Pen & Paper Sketches
Mid-Fidelity (Rendering + Pages)