The Legacy of Redlining


UrbanDisplacementProject

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. The past is embedded in the present-day experience of our neighborhoods and cities; it is important for the future of cities that we confront this history. Watch the video to see this connection for yourself, and learn more about the lasting impacts of this discriminatory policy. Learn more at: urbandisplacement.org/redlining

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