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Mapping Prejudice Virtual Workshop
Jan 13th @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Contemporary white residents of Minneapolis like to think their city never had formal segregation. But racial covenants did the work of Jim Crow in northern cities like Minneapolis. Mapping Prejudice is an initiative created to shed new light on these historic practices in the Twin Cities. We cannot address the inequities of the present without an understanding of the past.
This free event will be hosted on Zoom, please register here: https://forms.gle/wEHfAQCmrJQSyXU38 to receive the meeting link in advance of the event.
Join Director of Mapping Prejudice and Tangletown resident Kirsten Delegard as she narrates this history and describes the innovative methodologies used in Mapping Prejudice’s work. Together we will explore the question of next steps to address the damage wrought by these policies.
Understanding the historic inequities in our communities can help us better develop policies and programs to address them. This includes current conversations that our three neighborhood associations are holding around the creation of a joint neighborhood, or corridor, Development Scorecard based off an Equity Scorecard created by the Alliance of Metropolitan Stability.