Fri, Oct 1, 2021 9:00 AM –

Sun, Oct 31, 2021 10:00 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Roesch Library first floor Rose Gallery

300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio 45469-0620, United States



Participants in this self-guided program will explore materials in the Undesign the Redline exhibit, hear local stories, and be prompted to consider the analysis presented.  You will be invited to look at the ways that people are denied their basic human rights, as well as facing more restricted opportunities and life chances broadly speaking, through these systems and dynamics.  

By completing this session and exploring the exhibit you will:
1.     Learn about the historical context, especially government policies and financial systems, that have fostered racially segregated neighborhoods in U.S. cities.
2.     Encounter stories of peoples’ lived experiences with segregation and redlining, and reflect on how you can apply this knowledge to your communities and your own background.
3.     Imagine alternatives and consider opportunities to transform these systems and their legacy, constructing a more inclusive society where all people can flourish and access their basic human rights.

Please note, the Undesign the Redline exhibit is located in the Roesch Library building in the Rose Gallery on the first floor.  Drop by any time the Roesch Library is open.  Here is the link for building hours listing:  

Please give yourself an hour to complete the self-guided tour.   In order to participate, you must bring a cell phone, tablet or computer to go through the online module.

PLEASE NOTE: The expectation is that all students will consistently employ sound judgment, demonstrate a character of integrity, and maintain a respectful conduct when engaging in AVIATE opportunities. PATH credit will only be issued to those who remain for the duration of the event.

Direct all questions about this event or about issues with missing PATH to the following Event Sponsor(s) (Not AVIATE):

Campus Partner(s): The Human Rights Studies Program, the Roesch Chair in the Social Sciences, the University of Dayton Libraries, the Human Rights Center, and the Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center

The University of Dayton strives to provide equal and easy access to programs and services for individuals with disabilities. Individuals requiring accommodations to attend this event are encouraged to contact the LTC's Office of Learning Resources (OLR) in advance with their request in order to ensure adequate processing time. 

Contact OLR by telephone at 937-229-2066 (TTY 937-229-2059 for deaf/hard of hearing) or by email at