A Seat at the Table

December 10, 2020Community Planning and Development, Ethnicity and African-American/Black Studies, Jewish Social + Giving, My Activities, Projects and Artwork

For the Associated December 2020 Newsletterthe Associated December 2020 Newsletter:   A Seat At The Table By Justin Fair   Roll out the good silverware, we have finally got a seat at the table! In this age of Zoom calls, red-and-blue sirens and infrared thermometers… I have found a surprising calling: validation for… being. My … Read More

It is official. My capstone will be on a pragmatic approach to how #tinyhousing can be culturally and civically accessible to Black #Baltimore – 1/2

September 3, 2019Community Planning and Development, Ethnicity and African-American/Black Studies, My Activities, Projects and Artwork, Tiny Houses Project, Twitter

It is official. My capstone will be on a pragmatic approach to how #tinyhousing can be culturally and civically accessible to Black #Baltimore – 1/2 — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) September 4, 2019

Black Burial Grounds Mapping in Baltimore

August 6, 2019Community Planning and Development, Ethnicity and African-American/Black Studies, Mapmaking, Mount Auburn Cemetery GIS Project

I’m assisting Dr. Kami Fletcher in her upcoming book exploring Baltimore’s Mount Auburn Cemetery‘s history and significance. Chiefly, she’s shared with me many maps and descriptors for where burial grounds were located prior to the cemetery’s move to Westport in 1871 (and subsequent expansion in 1903). Here’s my latest geo-referencing map-work. So excited to help … Read More

Have you heard ‘Episode 17: A Series Of Burial Plot Twists’ by The Rise of Charm City on #SoundCloud? #mountauburncemetery #baltimore #np http://bit.ly/2C1fixw

January 6, 2019Ethnicity and African-American/Black Studies, IRL: Place-Locales-Artists, Mount Auburn Cemetery GIS Project, Twitter

Have you heard ‘Episode 17: A Series Of Burial Plot Twists’ by The Rise of Charm City on #SoundCloud? #mountauburncemetery #baltimore #np https://t.co/JkDFAZtRc2 — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) January 7, 2019