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Join community activists and urban planners as they discuss Boston’s history of redlining and discriminatory housing policies, the complicity of the banks and the real estate industry, and the consequent legacy of segregation and racial wealth disparity. We also identify some specific actions we can take to address the inequities in home ownership.

This five-part series was developed by the Northeastern University School of Law Criminal Justice Task Force. It is hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society and sponsored by a number of Boston-area organizations.

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