Land Values and the Enduring Significance of Racial Residential Segregation
with Dr. Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.
June 30, 2021, 5:00 – 6:15 p.m. | Join the conversation on Zoom
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Join us for a presentation by Dr. Taylor of the University at Buffalo as he discusses the legacy of segregation and structural racism in America. Following Dr. Taylor’s presentation, join in a panel discussion that draws the parallels between our national and local context. Dr. Henry Louis Taylor’s research focuses on a historical and contemporary analysis of underdeveloped urban neighborhoods, social isolation, and race and class issues among people of color, especially African Americans and Latinos.
Healing Through Truth Telling Speaker Series
Join us for a series of events exploring Healing Through Truth Telling this summer! This conversation was launched in April with the Legal Services of Eastern Michigan Fair Housing Conference, available to view at https://fb.watch/5uxgrDrBhE/. These follow-up community events seek to explore our history as a community as it relates to housing and land use policies and practices. Together, we’ll begin to envision possibilities for the creation of a future where all residents can thrive in neighborhoods that are vibrant, healthy, and safe.