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The Re-Imagining Cleveland Project

Beginning this past Spring, the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities has been working on a collaborative project with Neighborhood Progress, Inc. entitled Re-Imagining A More Sustainable Cleveland. Aside from building a participatory website for project communication and documentation, the Center, through the hard work of undergraduate students in the CSU History Department, has […]

Re-Imagining Cleveland

Re-Imagining Cleveland is a collaborative project led by Neighborhood Progress Inc., partnering with the Green City Blue Lake Institute, Park Works , the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, the Ohio State University Extension, and the City of Cleveland. The project aims to reclaim and rehabilitate vacant land throughout the city of Cleveland by “providing grants to […]