Subsidized Housing Concentration in RichmondKenny McLemore, Housing Policy AnalystDept. of Economic and Community Developm...
Redlining of Richmond
“All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.”Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Rich...
FultonIn the late 1960s, Fulton had3,000 residents in about 836buildings across 330 acres thatincluded seven churches,rest...
Presentation by John Moeser & Michael Paul Williams
Presentation by John Moeser & Michael Paul Williams
Presentation by John Moeser & Michael Paul Williams
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Presentation given by John Moeser & Michael Paul Williams during the March 2013 Looking Back, Moving Forward conference in Richmond, Virginia, hosted by the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University

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Presentation by John Moeser & Michael Paul Williams

  1. 1. Subsidized Housing Concentration in RichmondKenny McLemore, Housing Policy AnalystDept. of Economic and Community Development, City of Richmond
  2. 2. Redlining of Richmond
  3. 3. “All of our history, traditions, good times and bad times were destroyed.”Former Navy Hill Resident (quoted in Seldon Richardson’s Built by Blacks)
  4. 4. FultonIn the late 1960s, Fulton had3,000 residents in about 836buildings across 330 acres thatincluded seven churches,restaurants, stores, schools,and a movie theater.Fulton in the 1890s

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