Redlining exhibit at Wing Luke

February 6, 2020 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
719 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104

From Central Seattle Greenways: We’ve been talking for some time about visiting the redlining exhibit, Excluded, Inside the Lines at Wing Luke Museum (719 S. King) as a group. The exhibit is ending Feb 23, so we need to do it soon!

We’ll take advantage of their evening hours and free admission on the first Thursday of the month — next Thursday, February 6. The museum is open until 8; plan to arrive by 5:30 or 6:00 to take in the exhibit, and we’ll gather for dinner at a nearby restaurant afterwards to talk about the exhibit, our MLK Day workshop, and CSG’s racial equity goals and progress. Join us for any part of it. Details coming soon, but we wanted you to have a chance to put it in your calendars.

And if you can’t get to the museum with us on Thursday, check out the exhibit on your own by February 23!

Exhibit overview: Uncover the history of redlining and its impacts through individual stories. Beginning with the exclusion of Native people from Seattle, follow the ongoing confluence of interconnected financial, environmental, physical factors that have plagued people of color and the instrumental history of response through resistance, innovation, solidarity and creativity that has shaped Seattle.

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