How the Suburbs Were Segregated by Paige Glotzer

How the Suburbs Were Segregated by Paige Glotzer

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The Roland Park Company, which developed Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods starting in the 1890s, had by the middle of the twentieth century an outsize influence on real estate professionals and on local and federal housing policy. Historian Paige Glotzer examines how racial exclusion structured the U.S. housing market—and the ways this segregation persists.
The Roland Park Company, which developed Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods sta...Read More