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Aaronson, Daniel, Daniel Hartley, and Bhashkar Mazumder. 2021. “The Effects of the 1930s HOLC ‘Redlining’ Maps.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

Anders, John. 2020. “The Long Run Effects of De Jure Discrimination in the Credit Market: How Redlining Increased Crime.” Working Paper. San Antonio, TX.

Appel, Ian, and Jordan Nickerson. 2016. Pockets of Poverty: The Long-Term Effects of Redlining. Atlanta, GA.

Billings, Stephen B., David J. Deming, and Jonah Rockoff. 2014. “School Segregation, Educational Attainment, and Crime: Evidence from the End of Busing in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.” The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (1): 435–476.

Card, David, and Jesse Rothstein. 2007. “Racial Segregation and the Black-White Test Score Gap.” Journal of Public Economics 91(11–12). North-Holland: 2158–2184.

Charles, Kerwin Kofi, and Erik Hurst. 2002. “The Transition to Home Ownership and the Black-White Wealth Gap.” Review of Economics and Statistics.

Clampet-Lundquist, Susan. 2004a. “HOPE VI Relocation: Moving to New Neighborhoods and Building New Ties.” Housing Policy Debate 15(2). Routledge: 415–447.

Clampet-Lundquist, Susan. 2004b. “Moving Over or Moving Up? Short-Term Gains and Losses for Relocated HOPE VI Families.” Cityscape 7(1): 57–80.

Clampet-Lundquist, Susan. 2007. “No More ’Bois Ball.” Journal of Adolescent Research 22(3) 298–323. doi:10.1177/0743558407300115.

Clampet-Lundquist, Susan. 2010. “‘Everyone Had Your Back’: Social Ties, Perceived Safety, and Public Housing Relocation.” City & Community 9(1): 87–108.

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Galster, George, and Erin Godfrey. 2005. “By Words and Deeds: Racial Steering by Real Estate Agents in the U.S. in 2000.” Journal of the American Planning Association 71(3): 251–268.

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Van Dusen, Gerald. 2019. Detroit’s Birwood Wall: Hatred and Healing in the West Eight Mile Community. Charleston, SC: The History Press.

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Woodin, Brian. 2021. “Imagined Boundaries and Lived Geographies: How past patterns of inequality observed in present Land Bank Authority data can inform the future of community redevelopment.” The State Land Bank Authority of Michigan. June 16.

Xu, Wenfei. 2021. “Legacies of Institutionalized Redlining: A Comparison Between Speculative and Implemented Mortgage Risk Maps in Chicago, Illinois.” Housing Policy Debate,

 This research was conducted by Michigan State University Extension Specialist Craig Wesley Carpenter, Ph.D. (@DrCWCarpenter or