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People Not Served Fight a Losing Economic Battle

Redlining and ‘unbanking’ are the reality in Black communities

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“Racial disparity stems from systematic issues so deeply ingrained in American culture. Issues include redlining, which led to less economic activity, as well as poor funding of school systems in predominantly black neighborhoods.”




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