Miles away, years apart: How redlining left its mark on Chickasaw Gardens, Binghampton, Harbor Town

By , Daily Memphian Updated: May 10, 2023 9:05 AM CT | Published: May 04, 2023 4:00 AM CT

A recent study shows that current race-class concentrations are linked to home values, and both are strongly linked to life expectancy. And to at least one expert, it’s proof that redlining produced long-lasting harm.


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Keely Brewer

Keely Brewer

Keely Brewer is a Report for America corps member covering environmental impacts on communities of color in Memphis. She is working in partnership with the Ag & Water Desk, a sustainable reporting network aimed at telling water and agriculture stories across the Mississippi River Basin.


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