The Redress Movement’s StoryMaps, designed by our in-house Research Team, provide detailed stories of segregation in Denver, Milwaukee, and Charlotte – from Jim Crow to now. Our Research Team has created these Local Stories of Segregation to illustrate how segregation reflects a collective series of actions taken by various levels of government, real estate professionals, private businesses, and individuals over decades. Though many of us may be familiar with the federal government’s relationship to segregation,Our Local Stories of Segregation tell the stories of the real people and places directly impacted by discriminatory policies and practices of segregation as they occurred on the ground.
We’re confident these Local Stories of Segregation will be groundbreaking to the national conversation around racial segregation, and will mobilize individuals, neighbors, and activists to join The Redress Movement’s on-the-ground organizing efforts.
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A comprehensive list of all Redress Movement Vocabulary.
A guide consisting of a series of questions we encourage you to ask of your community to understand its current state of segregation.
The Redress Movement’s base of resources divided into modules, as well as the comprehensive curriculum for those wanting a deeper dive.