Curated byMatthew Horovitz, Hark Contributor
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Origin of the phrase Redlining

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The phrase Redlining comes from mortgage-lending maps created by the government in the 1930’s. From the podcast Stuff You Missed in History Class
Origin of the phrase Redlining

Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Government Policy Explicitly Created Residential Segregation

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Residential segregation was created by both redlining and racially restricted covenants. From the podcast In The Thick.
Government Policy Explicitly Created Residential Segregation

In The Thick

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How Redlining Stole the American Dream from Black People

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Ta-Nehisi Coates shows how Redlining led to mortgage ripoffs and theft of the black community in Chicago. From the podcast The New Yorker Politics.
How Redlining Stole the American Dream from Black People

The New Yorker: Politics and More

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Violent Racism Enforced the Redline

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Two horrific examples of violent racism when black people moved out of “the redline.” From the podcast Black History For White People.
Violent Racism Enforced the Redline

Black History for White People

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Where is The Marshall Plan for Redlined Neighborhoods?

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The author of a book on redlining shows how its influence is still felt today in the ghettos of Chicago. From the podcast The His and Her Money Show.
Where is The Marshall Plan for Redlined Neighborhoods?

The His and Her Money Show

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