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Racial Justice in Planning

The influence of race from the perspective of urban planning, focusing specifically on the Black community.

Historical Racism in Planning

This section demonstrates how historical de facto and de jure planning policies purposefully contributed to oppression of Black people with the purpose of segregating races and suppressing the financial and/or quality-of-life successes of Black people in the United States.

De Jure

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This video explains the attempt to build the red line light rail in Baltimore.

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De Facto

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At the University of Maryland Libraries, we disseminate knowledge and information from a wide range of sources. We are also committed to providing a broad view of the University’s history. While we strongly condemn the problematic language and imagery that exists in some of our resources, we provide access to this content to enable teaching, learning, and research, and to facilitate truthful conversations about our shared past, present, and future. Please visit the Libraries' website for more details about our commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility.

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