Mapping Segregation’s work appears in a recent HUD-mandated study, Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, which documents historic and ongoing patterns of racial discrimination in housing in DC (see pp 38-39).
Mapping Segregation is a TED Talk! Check it out here.
Mapping Segregation was awarded a 2019 Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation, in the Education category, on May 8. A short video about the project is here.
Links to the story maps formerly on this page have been moved to the new Mapping Segregation website, so please look for them there. The website is made possible by the National Park Service’s Historic Preservation Fund Grant program.
Mapping Segregation is an ongoing project, so please check here for news, follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or email us at info@prologueDC.com and ask us to keep you posted. We also welcome your comments!
MidCity DC News
Best of the Web, Washington History, Spring 2016, page 53
Greater Greater Washington (article by David Alpert, May 2016)
DCist (in the Morning Roundup)
Poverty and Race, April-June 2016, page 19
Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU