Civics & CultureSocial WelfareVideo Sunday Video: The History of Redlining in Seattle By Stephen Fesler - November 11, 2018 1 Share Facebook Twitter ReddIt Tumblr Email Print KCTS9 has a very short video on the history of redlining in Seattle and the long-lasting impacts of the practise. We hope you loved this article. If so, please consider supporting our work. The Urbanist is a non-profit that depends on donations from readers like you. Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Midweek Video: These Are The Changes Coming To Seattle’s Waterfront City Poised to Grant 1,500 SHA Tenants Free Transit Passes In New Pilot Program What Seattle Can Learn from Denmark about Community-Owned Housing Sunday Video: Inside Hong Kong’s Cage Homes Is Participatory Budgeting Feeding Safety or Leading to Hunger Games? What Seattle Can Learn from Philadelphia’s Freeway Lid Project 1 COMMENT This is quite ridiculous. How is a Caucasian man speaking about black experience as if he is adding expert “knowledge”. Why not interview the people in the actual neighborhood? Are they not credible? Loading... Comments are closed.