Honor Roll

Honor Roll

Well, a post in the format of my Honor Roll posts, but perhaps not deserving of the descriptor. I have been sharing on Instagram while being quiet here, and for that, I apologize. Below are a few links that were shared in my IG Stories, but I’m also including them here.

I stand in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. You will find no shortage of reading lists for anti-racist work (Danielle Henderson’s is a good one and it was transcribed here), so I am focusing on the intersection of race and housing. Specifically, redlining, blockbusting, and gentrification.

I have shared the first article below before, but I’m including it again with a newer, related piece.

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    Kari
    June 10, 2020 at 8:34 am

    Thank you, Nicole. I appreciate your voice and your timing. I miss more frequent blog posts but am always glad to hear what you have to say. I look forward to hearing more about Your takeaway on redlining and Blockbusting and gentrification. I grew up in the Detroit suburbs and we are still dealing with the Sad and grossly unfair consequences in this metro area.

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    Style: For Leaving the House, or Not - Making it Lovely
    June 11, 2020 at 3:19 pm

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