What Redlining Did to Connecticut's Impoverished Neighborhoods

What Redlining Did to Connecticut's Impoverished Neighborhoods, Susan Campbell, WNPR, April 19, 2016, available here

Nearly 100 years ago, the federal government started a process that came to be called redlining, which set in motion policies that cut off funding and resources for neighborhoods, many of which still struggle today.

An alligator-filled moat couldn't have been more effective in cutting off the neighborhoods.

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