On the Ground Podcast: Memphis’ modern-day redlining

By Updated: March 25, 2019 10:08 AM CT | Published: March 23, 2019 12:50 PM CT

On S1E13 of the On the Ground Podcast, Roshun Austin of The Works, Inc. and Austin Harrison of Neighborhood Preservation Inc. examine a redlining map from the 1930s, its implications for modern-day Memphis and local strategies to breakdown housing inequality 85 years after redlining was introduced and 50 years since it was outlawed.

Produced by Natalie Van Gundy

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Natalie Van Gundy

Natalie Van Gundy

Natalie Van Gundy is a podcast and video producer for The Daily Memphian. She is also the producer for "Behind the Headlines" on WKNO Channel 10.

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