Indelible Roots: Historic Fulton and Urban Renewal (July 21, 2016)

Community Ideas Station

Virginia Currents

Catherine Komp

The Center keeps abreast of news reports, articles, media interviews, videos, documentaries, educational materials, collaborative reports, books, policy updates, and policy briefs that have relevance to urban children and the issues that impact them.  

 

We have found many of these materials to be informative and enlightening.  The information gleaned can be utilized in many aspects of your work with urban children.  

 

As we work to establish our urban child electronic clearinghouse, we will use our website as a repository for some of these materials.  Please check back as we continue to update the site with additional materials.  

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The Atlantic, The Case for Reparations, June 2014, T. Coates 

The Story of Clyde Ross & the Contract Buyers League (Video)

The Case for Reparations (June 2014)

Ta-Nehisi Coates

The Atlantic  

Redlining Richmond (June 21, 2010)

Project of of the Digital Scholarship Lab,

The University of Richmond

Robert K. Nelson, Kathleen Smith, Scott Nesbit, Nate Ayers, and  John V. Moeser

Where You Live Makes All the Difference:  An Opportunity Map of the Richmond Region

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. 

Growing Up in the Architecutre of  Segregation

(September 8, 2015)

Clio Chang

The Century Foundation

New Data Reveals Huge Increases in Concentrated Poverty

Since 2000  (August 8, 2015)

Paul A. Jargowsky

The Century Foundation

Issue Brief:  The Architecture of Segregation -- Civil Unrest, the Concentration of Poverty and Public Policy (August 9, 2015)

Paul A. Jargowsky

The Century Foundation