HOGAN'S ALLEY SITE GUIDELINES
In collaboration with Nicole Dulong and Reece Milton
"This report seeks to address, to the best of the author’s abilities, the direct wants and needs of the community. It is a graduate level attempt at subversion, or a bottom up approach, where the desires of the community are considered far above the bottom line. Guidelines provide direction to, and support for, systematic change while leaving room for community input. It places emphasis on Black and Indigenous geographic centrality, healing, spaces of social connection, oral history, resilient nature, and land sovereignty. This is a working document and will be given to the community to be used in whatever role they deem appropriate, with support provided by the authors moving forward. The authors recognize that Hogan’s alley exists within a greater socio-economic urban culture and that this process could be applied to similar scenarios."