Redlining: Mapping Inequality in Dayton & Springfield

What is Redlining?

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Discover how the now-illegal practice of redlining was federal policy in the 1930’s, denying federally-backed mortgages to people of color. Find out how redlining maps were created during the New Deal, embedding racial segregation and inequality into the development of American cities and suburbs, with effects lasting to the present day.

Aired: 02/08/22 | Rating: NR

Distributed nationally by American Public Television

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