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UMP students in exhibition –Gentrification in Brooklyn: The Pink Elephant Speaks

Some Secondary School for Research students who just finished a UMP will have their work displayed alongside professional artists grappling with gentrification in Brooklyn in the exhibition Gentrification in Brooklyn: The Pink Elephant Speaks.The exhibition will be held at the Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts in Fort Greene. See the link to the museum’s […]

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Final Projects 2008/2009

Check out the work created by Urban Memory Project students at the Secondary School for Research and the Brooklyn School for Global Studies. The blog Keepin’ It Brooklyn documents an oral history project and collaboration with long-time Park Slope residents. The film was produced by students at the Brooklyn School for Global Studies. Social Justice […]

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2008 Urban Memory Exhibit

In January of 2008, the Brooklyn Historical Society will be exhibiting student work from the Urban Memory Project in an exhibition entitled: “Lost in Transition: South Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Coney Island” to run through April 2008.

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