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April 1, 2002
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Glenn Small
glenn@jhu.edu


Engaging the Subject:
Students delve into 'Sick Transit'

Students who worked on the Sick Transit film meet with Professor Matthew Crenson

Sick Transit is a compelling 13-minute video that grew out of a course that Professor Matthew Crenson (pictured, foreground above) taught on Baltimore, a city Crenson grew up in and one he has studied for three decades.

To get a true understanding of public transportation's woes on real people, Crenson had his students get out of the classroom and into the community, where they documented the serious struggles Baltimore's citizens—a majority of whom are African-American—face in trying to get to and from work.

Combining on-the-street reporting with research and footage of officials and activitists, Sick Transit recently debuted at the Homewood campus, where those lobbying for more funds for better transportation said they hoped to use the video to bring the issue to life for legislators.

Watch the video in Real format. (Real Networks offers a free version of their player, if your computer doesn't have it. Newer computers come bundled with this player, but those with older computers may need to download the player. If you have any trouble at all, please e-mail: media@jhu.edu)

To view the video in Windows Media Player, click here.

Click here to download the free RealPlayer,

To read more about this video and the reaction it's gotten, read the Gazette article.

 

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