Voices of Pullman is a collaborative project by GS student Malvika Jolly and NYU PhD student Faith Mcglothlin, which aspires to present a people’s history—through interview and portraiture—of Pullman, a small four-block-by-four-block neighborhood in the far South Side of Chicago. The first American company town, Pullman presents a unique exhibit in urban space, social history, and community planning. Voices of Pullman engages the racial, political, and labor histories that have taken place in Pullman, alongside the intimacies of a neighborhood life communally lived.
Please join the artists on Friday, November 30 from 12-1 p.m. in the GS Lounge for our opening reception. Refreshments will be provided.