Owned: A Tale of Two Americas
Season 23 Episode 8 | 1h 23m 29s | WETA Passport
Is the "American Dream" of home ownership a false promise? While the government’s postwar housing policy created the world’s largest middle class, it also set America on two divergent paths – one of perceived wealth and the other of systematically defunded, segregated communities.
Aired: 02/07/22 | Expires: 02/07/25 |
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The Narrative of the “American Dream"
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