The Color of Law & Reversing Segregation with Richard Rothstein (Online)

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Author and researcher Richard Rothstein (author of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America) presents on the policies that led to racial segregation in American communities, and what can be done to reverse these practices and work towards racial equity.


Co-sponsored by multiple Illinois libraries and held in partnership with Racial Awareness in the North Shore (RAIN) and Together is Better Alliance (TiBA).


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