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Mapping Inequalities: Redlining and its Contemporary Legacies

Feb 4

Thursday, February 4, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm

Virtual

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Side-by-side headshots of LaDale Winling, PhD, and Robert Nelson, PhD

Presenter

Robert K. Nelson, PhD, University of Richmond; LaDale Winling, PhD, Virginia Tech

Health disparities in American cities today closely correlate with color-coded redlining maps drawn by the federal government in the 1930s. This presentation will discuss the history of redlining, explore how it shaped and continues to shape the contours of interconnected inequalities (wealth, racial, environmental, and health), and analyze the persistent connections between race, real estate, and health. Live Zoom presentation. Register to receive Zoom link at: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArdOmurjIuG9fQglBsNt2pzhguWVSueX9X

Contact

Sharp, Alexis
919-613-8078
alexis.sharp@duke.edu