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Unpacking the 2010 Census - Part 2

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"Unpacking the 2010 Census: The New Realities of Race, Class, and Jurisdiction" is co-sponsored by Hope in the Cities and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. The program examines the …

"Unpacking the 2010 Census: The New Realities of Race, Class, and Jurisdiction" is co-sponsored by Hope in the Cities and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. The program examines the dramatically changing landscape of human need and what we must do collectively to address the plight of our neighbors and to build a just and inclusive community in metropolitan Richmond, Virginia. This presentation was conceived, researched and designed by Dr. John V. Moeser, Senior Fellow at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Richmond. Part 2 of the "Unpacking the 2010 Census" presentation focuses on the history that led to the current dynamics in metropolitan Richmond.

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  • 1. Redlining of Richmond
  • 2. Notices of Trustee Sales Filed from 2007 through 2009 Within Boundaries Formerly Defined by HOLC in 1937 Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME), Will Sanford, Research Analyst 651 750 500 250 78 0 Areas Areas graded graded A & B in C & D in 1937 1937
  • 3. From Disinvestment to Slum Clearance Detailed studies of city records will be made todetermine areas of tax delinquency, lowest assessmentand revenue production, areas where normal growth is impeded by slum conditions and finally those slum areas most attractive to private developers. Richmond News Leader October 25, 1950
  • 4. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 5. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 6. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 7. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 8. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 9. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 10. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 11. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 12. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 13. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 14. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 15. Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church
  • 16. Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95)
  • 17. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 18. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 19. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 20. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 21. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 22. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 23. The Loss of Navy Hill“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.” Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  • 24. The Memory of Navy Hill DEDICATED TO THE MEMORIES OF OUR DEMISED LOVED ONES JULY 17, 1993 LOVE AND MEMORIES NEVER DIE AS DAYS ROLL ON AND YEARS PASS BY. DEEP IN OUR HEARTS IN MEMORIES ARE KEPT OF THE ONES WE LOVED AND SHALL NEVER FORGET. DONATED BY THE BOB CURRY SOCIETY THE NAVY HILL REUNION AND FRIENDS
  • 25. The Memory of Navy Hill
  • 26. New Navy Hill Marker
  • 27. New Navy Hill Marker
  • 28. FultonFulton in the 1890s In the late 1960s, Fulton had 3,000 residents in about 836 buildings across 330 acres that included seven churches, restaurants, stores, scho ols, and a movie theater.
  • 29. Fulton
  • 30. Fulton