important and complementary pieces addressing long-standing housing segregation
and the dominant model of urban redevelopment projects that emerged from the
1960s and 1970s: First, “The Building Blocks of Deprivation” by Daniel Pasciuti
and Isaac Jilbert at Jacobin and, next, Richard Rothstein of the Economics
Policy Institute explains why and how “Baltimore, not at all uniquely, has
experienced a century of public policy designed, consciously so, to segregate
and impoverish its black population,” in his essay, “From Ferguson to Baltimore: The Fruits of Government-Sponsored Segregation.”
(including more inspiring photos) found here.