A Bet on Debt

City Studies

A Bet on Debt

Draw the line!

Technical Assistance

Draw the line!

From Cellblock to Your Block

Urban Investigations

From Cellblock to Your Block

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Public Access Design

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Shine a Light on Your Utility Rights

Making Policy Public

Shine a Light on Your Utility Rights

¡No me han pagado!

Public Access Design

¡No me han pagado!

Print ICEbreaker

Immigration rights have been an issue in the U.S. since 1607 when British settlers began to arrive in search of religious freedom and economic opportunity. Over 98% of the 320 million people that live in the U.S. are descendants of immigrants. How have immigration rights changed over time and what rights do immigrants have now?    

In the Winter of 2016, CUP collaborated with Teaching Artist Meredith Degyansky and Alhassan Susso’s History class at the International Community High School in the Bronx to investigate immigration rights.

Students created skits about the changes in human rights throughout U.S. history, surveyed community members on their opinions of immigration rights, and interviewed Tania Mattos of UnLocal, Inc. about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Students presented their findings through a live debate and created this poster to share what they discovered.

Block Party

City Studies

Block Party

Talking Trash: Throwing Out the Big Apple

Urban Investigations

Talking Trash: Throwing Out the Big Apple

Lotto Zone

Urban Investigations

Lotto Zone

Don't Bank On It

Making Policy Public

Don't Bank On It

Blunt Conversations

Urban Investigations

Blunt Conversations

What Is Zoning?

Envisioning Development

What Is Zoning?

A Fair Chance

Making Policy Public

A Fair Chance

Rent Regulation Rights - San Francisco Edition

Making Policy Public

Rent Regulation Rights - San Francisco Edition