Before there was ‘Fayette Place’ there was Fayetteville Street Projects (FSP): a public housing community developed by the Durham Housing Authority in 1967. And before there was the Fayetteville Street Projects, a neighborhood that was part of Durham's historic, African-American Hayti community.

Although the buildings are gone, the land remains, and the people and stories shaped there are still very much alive. This audio tour is a small collection of the people connected to the Fayetteville Street Projects that to affirm that Durham’s future cannot move forward without remembering its past.

Listen to Their Stories Now