Why Location Matters – Redlining
Why Location Matters, is a Black History Month event that was hosted on February 28th at Esri’s main campus and included prominent Esri users who currently map challenges and opportunities for members of the African American community and other marginalized communities throughout time. Furthermore, this event highlights how ArcGIS has been leveraged by Esri’s users to drive innovation that has advanced the efforts towards equal and inclusive opportunities for all. Presenters: Elizabeth Rowen, PhD candidate at Claremont Graduate University Johnny Finn - Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, Social Work, & Anthropology at Christopher Newport University Jakira Silas – Undergraduate Student Researcher at Christopher Newport University Check out more footage from Esri’s Black History event here: Welcome to Esri’s Black History Month Celebration 2020 Event: https://youtu.be/Nlb5cGrYImw Disaster Relief and Recovery: https://youtu.be/pJZMXoY9ZMk Local Governments focused on Equity : https://youtu.be/xPmzDkLzTaY Panel Discussion and Closing Statements: https://youtu.be/SUd7zLrVhu4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Social Media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Esri Facebook: https://facebook.com/EsriGIS LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/esri Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/esrigram The Science of Where: http://www.esri.com
Zoning, Discrimination, and Affordable Housing
California’s zoning laws make it harder for working‐class and low‐income families to find housing they can afford. Even more disconcertingly, California’s zoning laws echo discriminatory policies of segregation and redlining. Multi‐family zoning, which would allow for comparatively less‐expensive housing, is often found in neighborhoods of color rather than wealthier, whiter neighborhoods: today’s zoning maps reflect racist policies that were instituted a century ago or more, and that continue to exclude communities of color from many California communities. Learn more from the Cato Institute's Project on Poverty and Inequality in California, and join the conversation with #CatoCalifornia... https://www.cato.org/project-poverty-inequality-california Featuring Ricardo Flores, Executive Director, Local Initiatives Support Corporation San Diego
Redlined, A Legacy of Housing Discrimination
To join The Two Hundred coalition, visit us at http://www.thetwohundred.org/redlined The Two Hundred (The 200) is a coalition of community leaders, opinion makers and advocates working on behalf of communities of color who have been affected by California’s housing crisis and increasing wealth gap. The goal is to advocate for policies that create opportunities for increased housing and homeownership. The 200 is growing its coalition to what we now call the M&MS - minorities, millennials and students.
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Discrimination in Housing Laws + What Needs to Change
How does your identity and community impact your ability to find housing? What needs to change to make housing more accessible and limit discrimination in the housing market? Andre Perry, from the Metropolitan Policy Program at The Brookings Institution; Melvina Ford, Executive Director of The Equal Rights Center; Lisa Rice, CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance; and Sarah Mickelson, Senior Director of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, joined Susan Saulny to discuss. For more information, please visit: https://www.theatlantic.com/live/
Struggle for black and Latino mortgage applicants suggests modern-day redlining
Ten years since the economic recession, lending has returned for many Americans. Yet the gap between white and black homeownership is wider now than it was in 1960, with signs of modern-day redlining showing up across the country. Special correspondent Aaron Glantz reports as part of a year-long investigation by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.
Blacks and Latinos say they have trouble getting home loans in Philadelphia. Here's what's happening
Since banks constricted credit after the 2008 housing bust, they have been slowly increasing the amount they’re lending. But this economic prosperity has not reached everyone. Watch part two of a two-part series by Aaron Glantz of Reveal.