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Racist Housing Practices From The 1930s Linked To Hotter Neighborhoods Today

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Vacant rowhouses line a portion of Franklin Square, a formerly redlined neighborhood in Baltimore. New research shows many communities subjected to discriminatory housing practices in the 1930s are hotter today. (Ian Morton for NPR)
Vacant rowhouses line a portion of Franklin Square, a formerly redlined neighborhood in Baltimore. New research shows many communities subjected to discriminatory housing practices in the 1930s are hotter today. (Ian Morton for NPR)

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