Research on urban renewal made its way into CC Magazine. See the article here. See more videos on the Mapping Urban Renewal YouTube channel. And definitely please take a look at the GIS StoryMap Mapping Urban Renewal in New London: 1941-1975.
There is an active group of New London residents and history aficionados that makeup a Facebook group called New London, CT... History, Memories and More. It can be a good source for questions and conversation.
"The best learning is never a straight path. And the most profound connections are often concealed in contradiction." President Katherine Bergeron addressed the Class of 2022 for the first time. #Home2Conn #ConnColl2022 pic.twitter.com/8pvMvHJRh2— Connecticut College (@ConnCollege) August 23, 2018
My team and I for the @HartfordABG "Uncovering Their History" project https://t.co/jHYq5BvGsp found this Speedwell voyage and shared it with the TransAtlantic Slave Trade Database.— Digby (@DigbyNZ) July 18, 2022
"New London to Mark the Arrival of Slave Ship on July 17 at Amistad Pier" https://t.co/jMz87g85pB
Urban Renewal Project Connects the Classroom to the Community by @thecollegevoice documents a #ShainLibrary collaboration with #ConnCollege students, faculty and the community, leading to a book publication by @ShawMansion1756 https://t.co/J9UxQfpEKR— Conn Coll Lib + Tech (@ConnCollLibTech) April 12, 2022
New London’s Black Heritage Trail https://t.co/d9wgFN0NcJ— Andrew Lopez (@NdrwLpz) October 10, 2021
Students and faculty at @ConnCollege tell the story of urban renewal in #NewLondon with a new website. https://t.co/jRUubiveHQ pic.twitter.com/bZKRBnNlft— The Day (@thedayct) October 4, 2020
The Lear Center is part of an exciting grant project funded by the Council of Independent Colleges. Mapping Urban Renewal in New London (https://t.co/kxbgtYpeFB) had a panel discussion reflecting on urban renewal. Read about it in The Day https://t.co/nIu8KoI0IT— Conn Coll Lib + Tech (@ConnCollLibTech) December 9, 2019
Over two semesters, the Lear Center worked with Dr. Anna Vallye to create a physical and digital exhibit that explores New London's rich history https://t.co/BWh9cpcNw3. You can read more about the project and proposal in this recent article by the Day https://t.co/P6fJGau36J— Conn Coll Lib + Tech (@ConnCollLibTech) July 31, 2019
City revival: Did we learn from the urban renewal era? https://t.co/GvP46gRVrS pic.twitter.com/dSxNkolpyl— The Day (@thedayct) June 25, 2019
Event will explore "lost" #NewLondon neighborhood that disappeared during urban renewal in the 1960s. https://t.co/RmNXZBuNJm pic.twitter.com/8yhooOgq5e— The Day (@thedayct) April 7, 2018