The "American Dream" for many has been to own a family home surrounded by a white picket fence. For many African Americans, discrimination and systemic oppression have often been a barrier to achieving this dream. These resources highlight the impact that policies like redlining had on the African American community.
"A Home of Our Own" by the Southern Regional Council, 1966, James H. Costen collection
How did practices like redlining lead to neighborhoods that are still segregated to this day?