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Nobody Lives Here: The People in the Path of Progress

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Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

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5 – 17

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Artist and historian Tessa Hulls illuminates the businesses, homes, and people who were displaced when the I-5 freeway was built through the CID in the 1960s. Using historic photos, oral histories, and archival research, the exhibit connects these specific histories to broader themes of racist land use policy and the erasure of marginalized communities — nationally and locally, past and present.

Please join us now through March 2024 for this immersive exhibition.

Activity Type:

In Person, Indoor, Social Activity

Level:

beginner-friendly

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