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Jim Crow Transportation: The Atlanta Interstate System

This project explores the development and impacts of highways in Atlanta, finding that mobility is not the only crisis initiated and perpetuated by the Interstate Highway System. Finding that the construction of this system was a crisis of racism - the physical manifestation of anti-Blackness, serving as a project of displacement, segregation, immobility, and environmental Injustice - the project considers a new architecture of dismantling—one that takes different approaches to different sections of Atlanta’s highways.