Please join Highland Baptist’s Anti-Racism Team, Justice Ministry Group, and Jeana Dunlap, Director of the Office of Redevelopment Strategies for the Louisville Metro Government for this discussion on the history of redlining in Louisville, on Thursday, November 16, 5:30 p.m., in Fellowship Hall.
One of several discussions being held around the city, this presentation will offer us a history and tutorial of how redlining works, the present-day impacts of such a practice, and it will give church members and city residents an opportunity to dialogue about ideas for positive change.
The use of interactive story maps and live testimony will draw attention to the ongoing redlining practices today. Redlining is a form of discrimination in which lending agencies deny financial services to people living in certain neighborhoods. RSVP on Facebook at https://tinyurl.com/y7ullvmb.