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The Legacy of Redlining
Discrimination and housing segregation in the United States didn't happened by chance. In this episode, our guests Richard Rothstein, author of the book The Color of Law, and Emmanuel Martinez, data reporter for Reveal, explain how redlining still shapes our cities and affects people of color. ITT Staff Picks:
- Reveal's award-winning investigative series Kept Out, which Emmanuel co-reported for, explores how housing discrimination still happens through banks and loans.
- Richard Rothstein and Ta-Nehesi Coates talk about the book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (from C-SPAN).
The Disturbing History of the Suburbs: a great video explainer of housing discrimination, featuring Adam Conover from Adam Ruins Everything.
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