Join EDC for a walking tour of Baltimore's infamous Highway to Nowhere
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Join us on SEPTEMBER 21ST at 4:00PM for a walking tour of Baltimore’s infamous “Highway to Nowhere” (H2NOW)—the 1.4 mile ditch that displaced nearly 1,500 residents and separates neighborhoods in West Baltimore. Baltimore City Planner Martin French and community activist Eric Stephenson will provide commentary throughout the walk, discussing the bungled infrastructure project and its impact on Baltimore’s historic Black neighborhoods.

Facilitated by EDC Curator and Morgan State University Professor of Architecture Cristina Murphy, this event continues EDC programming on the H2NOW. This walking tour will give attendees an embodied understanding of the devastation that the H2NOW inflicts on public space—with an eye towards the possibilities and radical potentials that lie just over the horizon.

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