Redlining is the term coined to refer to a practice of rating neighborhoods by desirability for purposes of federally backed mortgages. The practice began in the 1930’s when the Federal Housing Authority and Home Owners’ Loan was created to ensure loans. Neighborhoods were rated “A” through “D” with those in…

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COVID-19, Black Women and Why Equitable Recovery Matters

By: Monica Sanders, J.D., LL.M

Lecturer Georgetown University, Associate Professor, University of Delaware

Among the many lessons coming from this pandemic, for frontline communities, social inequality is the most prevalent. Resilience or survivability to this event is tied to wealth, privilege and…

Monica Sanders; Professor at Georgetown;Senior Fellow, Tulane Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy; Activist-Scholar

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