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Guest Host: Dan Reed
Segregation is thought of as a vestige of the past, but one only needs to look at a map of our region’s economic health to see how racist practices like redlining and issuing restrictive deed covenants continue to divide Washingtonians today.
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Produced by Julie Depenbrock
- Stuart Eisenberg Executive Director, Hyattsville Community Development Corporation
- Trent Day Hall Community Outreach Specialist, Howard County Government
- Sarah Shoenfeld Co-Director, Mapping Segregation in Washington D.C.
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