re-dress / rɘ’dres /
verb: To remedy, set right or fix something that is wrong.
We envision a society where the damage done through segregation has been addressed and repaired, where what zip code you were born into no longer determines the shape of your life.
Segregation affects all places. It is as pervasive as it is pernicious. Redress begins by documenting and understanding how segregation affects your community, and others around it. To learn more about the history of segregation and how you can start investigating segregation in your community, go to our research guides.
History & Mission