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You can draw a straight line from segregated communities and redlining to Medicaid policy, which says we’re going to pay less for the same service.The lament of covid-19 caregivers in the nation’s safety-net hospitals: ‘What could be next?’|Akilah Johnson|August 24, 2021|Washington Post
Big telecom companies stand to benefit the most from these provisions, even though a mandate to prevent practices known as “digital redlining” could prove costly by ensuring service providers don’t discriminate in where they expand networks.Which Industries Stand to Gain From the $1.2T Infrastructure Bill—and Which Stand to Lose|Nik Popli|August 11, 2021|Time
These are the same communities that used redlining to shut out families of color decades ago.‘Community Character’ Concerns Are a Veil – a Thin One|Al Abdallah|July 23, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Potential admins now undergo additional training on redlining — or excluding people from certain neighborhoods — and diversity.‘Buy Nothing’ groups: A place to share goods, services — and gratitude|Anying Guo|April 22, 2021|Washington Post
In a neighborhood which has been subjected to redlining and racism, disregard by political leaders, and decades of neglect and disinvestment of capital, community revitalization is as complex a problem as you’ll ever find.
In short, redlining forced blacks into particular areas and then starved those areas of affordable capital.