Does Chicago’s Segregation Truly Reflect How we Want to Interact?: Folded Map™ Project

Tonika Lewis Johnson’s Folded Map™ Project visually connects residents who live at corresponding addresses on the North and South Sides of Chicago. She investigates what urban segregation looks like and how it impacts Chicago residents. What started as a photographic study quickly evolved into a multimedia exploration with video interviews. The project invites audiences to open a dialogue and question how we are all impacted by social, racial, and institutional conditions that segregate the city. Her goal? For individuals to understand how our urban environment is structured. She wants to challenge everyone to think about how change may be possible and to contribute to a solution. Join us for a screening of the Folded Map™ Project Film and participate in a moderated discussion with Tonika to learn more about the project and what you can do to help.