Press conference: https://www.facebook.com/CharmTVBaltimore/videos/426704996174724/
City Announces Updates to Poppleton Redevelopment Project Monday Jul 18th, 2022- PRESS RELEASE
Fern Shen, “Victory for Poppleton: The Eaddys can stay, the Sarah Ann houses will be saved and rehabbed,” Baltimore Brew, July 18, 2022.
Hallie Miller, Sophie Kasakove and Adam Willis, “Residents win fight to save Poppleton properties from redevelopment project,” Baltimore Banner, July 18, 2022.
Giacomo Bologna, “Sonia Eaddy wins decadeslong fight to save her home in Baltimore’s Poppleton neighborhood: ‘This victory is for us — all of us’” Baltimore Sun, July 19, 2022.
“Woman wins decades-long fight to save her home in Baltimore,” Washington Post on July 20, 2022
Marcus Dieterle, “Eaddy family can keep their Poppleton home; Black Women Build to restore Sarah Ann Street houses,” Baltimore Fishbowl,” July 18, 2022.
Melody Simmons, “Center/West developer, residents strike agreement on disputed demolition,” July 18, 2022.
Sheridan Wall, “After Decades-Long Fight, A Poppleton Family Will Keep Their Home,” Bloc by Block News, July 21, 2022.
Saving Poppleton: How an urban development conflict was resolved, WYPR Midday with Tom Hall, July 27, 2022.
Lisa Snowden, “Black Neighborhoods Matter: Poppleton’s Sonia Eaddy Fought City Hall and a New York Developer–and Won,” Baltimore Beat, August 9, 2022.
J. Brian Charles, “Land Grab: Why a Desperate City Kept Cutting Deals with a Developer Who Didn’t Deliver,” Baltimore Beat, August 9, 2021.
WYPR Midday with Tom Hall, Saving Poppleton: How an urban development conflict was resolved, July 27, 2022.
Charles Cohen, “Opinion: After her eminent domain win in Poppleton, Sonia Eaddy’s fight is just beginning,” Baltimore Banner, August 17, 2022.
Ashley McDowell, ‘I think it’s essential’: Poppleton community receiving new renovations WMAR, October 13, 2022.
Fern Shen, Poppleton residents, who thought they scored a win in July, now feel left out, Baltimore Brew, November 3, 2022.
Jaisal Noor, The Grassroots Fight for Housing Justice in Baltimore, Yes Magazine, December 27, 2022.
February 2023 – Administrative complaint with HUD (US Department of Housing and Urban Development) against Baltimore City, Mayor Brandon Scott, and the City Council for consistent violations of the Fair Housing Act – see https://econaction.org/in-the-news/poppleton-housing-complaint/
Giacomo Bologna, Former residents of Black neighborhood want feds to investigate displacement in Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, February 13, 2023.
Hallie Miller and Sophie Kasakove, Former Poppleton resident, nonprofit allege Fair Housing Act violations in federal complaint, Baltimore Banner, February 13, 2023.
Melody Simmons, Poppleton residents, activists file federal unfair housing complaint against city, Baltimore Business Journal, February 13, 2023
Wambui Kamau, Kristen Mosbrucker, Baltimore Poppleton residents attorneys’ file Fair Housing Act complaint against city with HUD, WYPR, February 13, 2023.
Barry Simms, Poppleton residents file complaint, citing Fair Housing Act violations, WBAL, February 13, 2023.
Brittney Verner, Poppleton residents file complaint after their community hasn’t improved, WMAR, February 13, 2023.
Robert Lang, Poppleton residents file complaint against city, citing Fair Housing Act violations, WBAL NewRadio, February 13, 2023.
Nicole King and Michelle Stefano, “Community-Based Methods for Envisioning Deindustrialization: Mapping Baybrook and Mill Stories Projects of Baltimore, USA” in Onciul, B.A., Stefano, M.L., and Hawke, S., eds. Engaging Heritage: Engaging Communities (Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2017), 119-137.
A Typology of the Publicly Engaged Humanities Humanities for All, Oct. 2018
Do Listen to Strangers UMBC Grit-X, Oct. 2018
UMBC Shriver Center explores civil disobedience and social justice fifty years after Catonsville Nine UMBC News, April 28, 2018
Bickel, B., B. Shewbridge, R. Hübler, and A. Oskoz, 2017. Faculty reflections at the intersection of digital storytelling and community engagement. In Digital storytelling in higher education: International perspectives, ed. G. Jamissen, P. Hardy, Y. Nordkvelle and H. Pleasants, pp. 377-389. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Michelle Stefano and Bill Shewbridge screen ‘Mill Stories’ documentary in Baltimore UMBC News, March 8, 2016
‘Mill Stories’ documentary shows history of Sparrows Point, loss felt by former workers Baltimore Sun, March 6, 2016
Strong as Steel: “Mill Stories” Recalls Sparrows Point Steelworkers WYPR “Maryland Morning” March 4, 2016
Baltimore Traces: Communities In Transition – Student Roundtable WEAA Marc Steiner Show, Dec. 11, 2015
Mill Stories: Deindustrialization as Public History “Cross Ties” Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Nov. 2015
UMBC Awarded Maryland Humanities Council Grant for “Mapping Dialogues” Project UMBC News, July 9, 2015
UMBC Students Present Baltimore Traces: Station North in Transition WEAA Marc Steiner Show, May 22, 2015
UMBC Students Present Baltimore Traces: Greektown in Transition WEAA Marc Steiner Show, May 22, 2015
Nicole King, “Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore: Seeing the Connections of Research, Teaching, and Service as Justice,” Journal of Urban History, May 2014, Vol. 40 (3), 425-449.
“The Mill Stories Project: Safeguarding the Living Cultural Heritage of the Sparrows Point Steel Mill, Maryland, USA” United Nations Development Programme Global Thematic Consultation on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, September 27, 2014
Baltimore Sun Features UMBC Faculty, Students in Front-Page BreakingGround Story UMBC News, Feb. 12, 2013
UMBC students use new media to document a dying industrial past , Baltimore Sun, Feb. 11, 2013
Sparrows Point: A year after collapse, unsettled lives This special feature from the Baltimore Sun features videos from the “Mill Stories” project