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The Legacy of Redlining


Published on Apr 25, 2018

How is a policy that began in the 1930s still felt in American cities? 87% of San Francisco’s redlined neighborhoods are low-income neighborhoods undergoing gentrification today. 51 more words


Africatown, staying power, and a vision for the future | April 29, 2019

It’s been a while since I provided an update about my thesis development my process. It’s safe to say that my thesis is the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life. 620 more words


Organizational Relevance

The public sector organization that will be examined is the public school system regarding the African American community in Philadelphia. The project will include accessing data on dropout rates of students from both rich and poor areas of the city and the data will be examined to find a correlation between dropout rates and race. 505 more words


“Perhaps home is not a place but an irrevocable condition.”

― James Baldwin, Giovanni’s Room

Home. When you say it, what images come to mind? Family? 828 more words

Daughters Of The Dream

Excluded, Inside the Lines at the Wing Luke Museum | April 7, 2019

Thanks to Bank of America’s “Museums on Us” program, I got to visit the “Excluded, Inside the Lines” Exhibit about redlining in the greater Seattle Area, which is up at the… 709 more words


Suburban America - The origin story

Suburban American homes and neighbourhoods have been fed to us through countless TV shows such as Desperate Housewives, Modern Family and even The Simpsons. S… 1,210 more words


Long Island and Segregation

Following the conclusion of the Second World War in 1945, the United States saw a massive influx of men in uniform returning home. They benefited from numerous laws and programs meant to help these millions of service members to reintegrate into society, from the G.I. 1,624 more words