The National Public Housing Museum (NPHM) is the first cultural institution in the United States dedicated to interpreting the American experience in public housing and the right of all people to a place they can call home. The Museum’s mission is to preserve, promote, and propel public housing as a human right and all of our partnerships and programs are committed to amplifying the voices, experiences, and stories of public housing residents. Ultimately, we believe that storytelling can be a catalyst for innovative public policy solutions that are responsive to people’s needs and lived experiences. 36 Questions For Civic Love toolkit was created by NPHM with the support of Sarah Pharaon, Principal at Dialogic Consulting and materials designed by Studio Brazen.
Thu September 21st Open 12—6 PM