ReThinking the City Radio- Literacy, neighborhoods and the senses.

rethinking the city

Sarah Elbadri and I welcome Julia Young from Page 15. Page 15 is a children’s literacy, homework, writing and community program in Orlando developed by Julia. It is modeled after Dave Egger’s 826 Valencia program in San Francisco. We also have Lisa Cuatt the executive director of Thornton Park’s Main Street Program. Artist Dina Mack will be wrapping up the show with a sensory overview of Central Florida. Dina has been taking people on walks called Destination Journaldelandphoto (2)

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About J. Chambliss

Julian Chambliss is professor of History and coordinator of the Africa and African-American Studies program at Rollins College in Orlando, Florida. With research, teaching, and service centered real and imaginary urban spaces, he is an interdisciplinary scholar and award-winning teacher. He has designed digital humanities projects to investigate community and document black culture in the United States. Follow him on Twitter @JulianChambliss.
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