Disparities In Housing | Racism: Challenging Perceptions

Date & Time

Thursday, November 19, 2020
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Location

Virtual
Virtual Event
Richmond, VA 23235
United States

Contact

Mary Arritt

About the Event

Why are neighborhoods segregated? 

Safe housing is a cornerstone to healthy living and home ownership has been a cornerstone for wealth building in America. In this discussion, we will explore how systemic policies rooted in racist agendas have limited Black and African American access to safe and affordable housing as well as home ownership.

Moderator  - Adrienne Cole Johnson, MSW, Social Entrepreneur, Educational Leader, Businesswoman and Community Advocate

Expert panelists to be announced.

Pre-Work

Attendees are asked to listen to Mapping Projects Show Lasting Impact Of Redlining, Racial Covenants In Virginia and Indelible Roots: Historic Fulton and Urban Renewal before the discussion and bring reflections to engage in a thoughtful conversation. We also recommend exploring the series The Reimagining of Friendship Court

Continue the Conversations
After each discussion panelists' recommended resources will be posted on vpm.org/talk. We encourage attendees to use this information to have authentic and informed dialogue about racism and race with family and friends and on social media with #VPMtalk.

Broadcast & Stream
This discussion will be recorded and edited to a 1-hour program that will broadcast on VPM PBS and stream on VPM Facebook at 9:00pm on October 1st. Not all of the live panel discussion will be in this program.

Additional Series Discussions

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