A CETR-supported Summer 2022 Project between CETR Faculty Member, Lily Song and S-LTA, Beyer Bullard
“It’s a community revitalization plan…It’s an anti-displacement strategy, basically, for local businesses.”Dr. Lily Song, on the purpose of the ARTery along a 3-mile corridor in Boston.
Service-Learning Faculty Member and Assistant Professor of Race, Social Justice, & the Built Environment, Lily Song, and City Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson as they work together to create “the ARTery.” Song and Fernandes Anderson, along with Northeastern Service-Learning TA, Beyer Bullard, launched efforts this summer to create an arts corridor along a 3 mile stretch of roads from Jazz Square in the South End through Roxbury and to Grove Hall. Keep an eye out for the ongoing work!