Tag: redlining

What Does It Take To Undo Historical Wrongs? Louisville Finds Out.

What began as a project by local urban planner and community organizer Joshua Poe quickly became a critical tool for understanding the interplay between the city’s history and its current outcomes. An interactive storymap created by Poe demonstrated how redlining and other real estate policies impacted the ability of communities of color to access jobs and

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Minneapolis Makes a Bold Move on Housing

Longstanding inequities in housing policy can be addressed. And it’s no surprise to us that cities are doing it first. The city of Minneapolis just passed a sweeping zoning code change that will eliminate single family housing. This is the first time a large city has made such a move in its zoning code. Many in

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