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Fighting For Home: How Housing Policy Keeps Connecticut Segregated

57m 36s

The legacy of exclusionary zoning and redlining imposed a painful divide we see today in our state’s current housing crisis. Our towns and cities are segregated by race and class because of systemic barriers that have persisted over time. Witness the struggle and determination of those fighting for change.

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