Professor Nathan Connolly of Johns Hopkins University discusses how housing demolition and the displacement of African Americans became the default "progressive" response to racial inequality in the American real estate market during the civil rights era.
Museum admission required; $3 admission for John Hopkins students with student IDs.
Sign language interpretation services provided.
Snow Date: February 16, 2 p.m.
Event begins at 2:00PM
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