The legacy of redlining in the U.S. and Columbus
Redlining is the discriminatory practice that kept minorities from purchasing homes in white neighborhoods. It was practiced in many U.S. cities including Columbus. We’ll delve into the legacy of redlining in the U.S. and Columbus.
- Mark Ferenchik, Columbus neighborhoods/urban issues reporter for The Columbus Dispatch
- Danae King, a reporter covering religion and immigration for The Columbus Dispatch
- Bruce Mitchell, senior analyst for the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC)
- Jason Reece, assistant professor of city and regional planning at Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture
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