This 90-minute seminar uses maps, original photographs, and oral histories to explain how 100 years of discriminatory land use and development policy built and maintains our segregated state. The seminar will also examine the lasting effect these policies have on housing choice and the lives of people of color, particularly lower income Black and Latino families, who have few options to move to areas with high performing schools and safe neighborhoods. The programming is Connecticut-specific and demonstrates how national level policy and funding continue to influence local development and the lives of Connecticut residents.
Land use attorneys; municipal attorneys; fair housing attorneys; anti-discrimination attorneys; anyone interested in promoting integration and eliminating systemic racism.
(Includes electronic materials)
CT: 1.5 CLE Credits (1.5 Ethics)
NY: 1.5 CLE Credits (1.5 D&I)