Redliningn. The action of red-line v. (in various senses); esp. the action or practice of a bank, etc., in refusing to grant a loan or insurance to an area considered to be of significant financial risk, or offering these services at prohibitively high rates.
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Davis, Ujijji. “The Bottom: The Emergence and Erasure of Black American Urban Landscapes.” The Avery Review 34 (2018). https://www.averyreview.com/issues/34/the-bottom
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