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  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #202]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #202]

    This tape features footage gathered for the documentary “Voices of Cabrini.” Filmed between 1995-1999, the footage documents the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried through by the city of Chicago. The video features tours of 1150-1160 N. Sedgwick Avenue and video from inside the Robert E. Byrd Academy. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #20]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #20]

    Footage for the documentary “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This video shows the camera crew having trouble entering 1150 N. Sedgwick. Ten minutes into the tape there are extended shots of Tammy Smith packing. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #8]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #8]

    Footage for the documentary “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This tape features interviews with Sirwanta Terry, Twanna Murdock, and Tammy Smith in 1150 N. Sedgwick. Sirwanta Terry is the building president for 1150/1160 N. Sedgwick and Twanna Murdock is the treasurer. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw: George Robbins’s Barbershop with angry man]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw: George Robbins’s Barbershop with angry man]

    Raw video shot for “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This video was recorded inside George Robbins’s barbershop at 456 W. Division Street. The majority of the video features an irate man’s tirade against white people and the U.S. government. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw: Gold Coast interviews and skyline]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw: Gold Coast interviews and skyline]

    Raw video shot for “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This video features interviews with several Gold Coast residents and visitors. The video also records the Chicago sky line and building development on the Gold Coast. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #102]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #102]

    Raw video shot for “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This video features preparations for a large pro-resident rally and then a failed meeting with city officials in Near North High School. The crowd gets rowdy and makes it difficult for David Tkac and Adrian Bryant to address them. Tkac compares photographs of the Cabrini-Green intersections with sketches of proposed redevelopment for the intersections. Also in the video are interviews with journalists and residents. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #9]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #9]

    Footage for the documentary “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This tape features interviews with Sirwanta Terry and Twanna Murdock in 1150 N. Sedgwick. Sirwanta Terry is the building president for 1150/1160 N. Sedgwick and Twanna Murdock is the treasurer. They discuss the CHA, the gang truce, and their opinions about the Cabrini-Green redevelopment. Tammy Smith enters the interview and shares the other women’s sentiments. The end of the tape features several shots of the skyline. Continue reading

  • [Voices of Cabrini raw #5]

    [Voices of Cabrini raw #5]

    Footage for the documentary “Voices of Cabrini.” Shot between 1995-1999, it documented the Cabrini Green redevelopment project proposed and carried out by the City of Chicago. This tape features an interview with Peter Geller (KSO G), Margaret, and Ray in 923 N. Sedgwick. They talk about their ideas of home and community, the future of Cabrini, and its current culture. Continue reading

 
 
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