Tue., November 15
We Shall Not Be Moved

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We Shall Not Be Moved
We Shall Not Be Moved” is a photographic exhibit by photographer Kelly Creedon documents the human impact of the foreclosure crisis in Massachusetts. The exhibit is travelling to cities in Massachusetts that have been hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis- and it’s next stop will be Springfield, where volunteers will come together on November 19th and 20th to transform a vacant commercial space on Worthington Street in downtown Springfield into an installation. The exhibit will be on display in Springfield from November 21st through December 18th. 

Springfield resident David Dunwell, who has been fighting foreclosure on his home since 2009 and is featured in the Springfield "We Shall Not Be Moved" exhibit joins us, along with the exhibit producer, Kelly Creedon.

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