Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Richard Rothstein started exploring how segregation impacted education. What he discovered was how detrimental policies set by federal agencies deliberately held down African Americans regarding housing. As a result, Black Americans have not been able to build wealth, they live near more environmental hazards and have continued to be treated as second-class citizens.
Rothstein records his findings in "The Color of Law," and he sits down with Todd in this episode to walk through the major themes in his sobering yet easy-to-understand explanation of how the U.S. government carved out such a divide among people of different races.
You can learn even more about his book and find links to where you can buy it from the Economic Policy Institute, where Rothstein is a distinguished fellow.
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