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Michael Premo and Rachel Falcone – Office of Human Rights

Philadelphia

Co-presented by the Asian Arts Initiative and The Laundromat Project, artists Michael Premo and Rachel Falcone of Housing is a Human Right created The Office of Human Rights. The exhibit featured over 50 photographs exploring the struggle for Home, stories-in-sound, and live remixing of your stories by DJ SpazeCraft One.

Past events included a town hall meeting, film screening, storytelling workshops and oral history training, and oral history interviews with local residents of the North Chinatown and Callowhill neighborhoods. The exhibition brought awareness to the struggle of community members to obtain and maintain a place called “home,” and to build a collective definition of what home means to the people of Philadelphia’s Chinatown, and beyond.

Housing Is A Human Right Website

The LP Interview with Michael & Rachel

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