Visualizations of the survey data

Working under the direction of Associate Professor B. D Wortham, graduate students in the Architecture and Urban Planning programs at Clemson University, members of the Alliance were introduced to using short-term, low-cost, and scalable interventions designed to trigger and catalyze long-term change at A. Philip Randolph Square.  Those graduate students (add their names) produced visualizations of some of the data collected from community members in the Community Visioning Survey conducted by the Alliance. The visualization were based on the visionary infographics created [add hyper link here] by a pioneering team of black sociologists who used those captivating designs drawn by hand to explain systemic and institutional racism to the world.