Friday, January 10, 2020
KANSAS CITY LEGACY OF REAL ESTATE RACISM EXPOSED YET AGAIN?!?!
This morning we take a quick peek at a SPONSORED CONTENT DOCUMENTARY that covers familiar ground and doesn't really add much new to the discourse other than the fact that most media nowadays is merely promotional garbage . . .
Here's the premise of a clip funded by the AARP:
"During the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law a series of programs called the New Deal intended to rebuild the nation. Some of those programs encouraged discriminatory housing policies such as redlining, resulting in dilapidation of 85% of Kansas City’s black neighborhoods . . .
"Land of Opportunity is the story of integration in the Santa Fe Place neighborhood as one example in the fight for housing rights across America following the Great Depression."
Take a look:
You decide . . .