Stephen Goss

Stephen Goss

Jan 13, 2017

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About This Project

Amplified by news and social media, stories of urban youth are often negative, portraying urban communities in decline. Contrary to this portrayal, youth are thriving in these communities and working through inequities and injustices that shape major cities in our country. This project sets out to support youth in the "re-storying" of their communities through public art installations and online media used to create youth-led guided tours of their urban communities.

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