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Welcoming the Dear Neighbor? is a project running in parallel with the larger Mapping Prejudice project out of the University of Minnesota. Mapping Prejudice created an interactive map of racial covenants in Hennepin County, and the project is currently in the process of expanding this map into Ramsey County.
The goal of Welcoming the Dear Neighbor? is to provide additional context to these covenants by highlighting the stories of affected individuals and families within Ramsey County, painting a collective picture of how the use of these covenants shaped the race and ethnicity of Ramsey County neighborhoods in ways that are still visible today. As part of this project, St. Kate’s hopes to acquire primary source materials that will help illustrate the issues surrounding housing discrimination, steering, and redlining.
Explore the 1960's using an interactive timeline of national events related to race and housing to put the exhibit materials into a broader context.
Examine the history notable events impacting state and local housing with an interactive timeline.
This series of maps shows how the racial patterns of the Twin Cities from the early 1900's onward persist through to the present, and how the redlining of the 1930s reflects current inequalities.
Documents and writings from the family of a local realtor whose career suddenly went into decline after publicly advocating for open occupancy.
A collection of A.P. Weigel's newspaper column about local real estate issues, a few of which address race.