We are living in a post industrial city;our communities are reeling from the effects of impersonification. We see stock quotes;we read articles;we see products;but we don’t see people- at least not “regular” people. Everything that is supposed to be important to us is without a face. People are portrayed as a number or a data point. As a city it is possible that we may have forgotten the very core of society in the first place; people. Without people;absolutely nothing;in society would make sense;nothing in a state would be possible;or nothing in the world would matter. Putting pictures of people around neighborhoods may produce the effect of social reflection. A reflection that will challenge people to question our current mood of apathy and the “stranger” state. It will reinvigorate that impulse that we all have had within us since infancy; empathy. The best way to conjure up that feeling is to see another human face. To look in their eyes and analyze their expressions. To realize that they are you;with a different set of experiences and memories and a different perspective that is just as valid to them as your experiences are to you. This revelation was and still is the lifeblood community. The realization that; We are one. All of Chicago is one!