Myth: Redlining Originated in the U.S. Pt. 2 (W/ Rasul Mowatt)


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In part two, we continue our discussion with Dr. Rasul Mowatt on how map-making shaped what we come to know is redlining. We also discuss city Planning, gentrification, and the limits of "building Black wealth" under the auspices of capitalism.

Rasul A. Mowatt, Ph.D., is just a son of Chicago and a subject of empire, while dwelling within notions of statelessness, settler-colonial mentality, and anti-capitalism. He also functions in the State as a Professor in the Departments of American Studies and Geography in the College of Arts + Sciences at Indiana University, and soon will be a Department Head in the College of Natural Resources at North Carolina State University.

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