The Disturbing History of the Suburbs

The Disturbing History of the Suburbs

Redlining: the racist housing policy from the Jim Crow Era that lives on today.

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20 Responses

  1. Pasha Hart says:

    Doesn’t the “BLM” want segregation.?

  2. Distorted World says:

    Someone isn’t getting add revenue

  3. GFDIAA says:

    Yea racism sucks now and before, but did anyone notice the Sims soundtrack πŸ˜€

  4. Taylor Fitzpatrick says:

    My suburban neighborhood has 3 black houses and that’s it xD

  5. christopher Katranas says:

    I love the sims music so much!!!

  6. Spider Man says:

    I hate people saying god these comments they missed the point

  7. ATLsF1N3ST91 says:

    That moment when you realize our OWN president settled a case where HE tried to do this exact same thing with his building. Excluding blacks! But then later said Bill Clinton HAD to be guilty of his charges, because he settled out of court. “Only Guilty people settle”, his own words! AND Trump has settled over 1,000 cases throughout his career! According to Trump, that’s A LOT of guilt!

  8. Id K says:

    Segregation doesn’t make any sense. If u think abt it it if segregation never existed, we would probably be more advance because there would be more well educated ppl. Some ppl r just cruel and retarded

  9. jnzkngs says:

    This is why we have a flaming pile of filth as president. People are tired of being told that they should care more about the problems of other people than those people care themselves.

  10. HarryIsTheGamingGeek says:

    On the topic of gentrification, what would you rather have: a city full of criminals, drug-dealers, poor architecture, run-down buildings, and little to economic growth, or a bustling environment full of shops, restaurants, businesses, and proud happy industrious people not afraid of being murdered if they’re outside in the dark?

    Secondly, who cares if these people are black, white, Asian, Middle Eastern, or whatever?

  11. Rosie Dasies says:

    “If you aren’t at least a little ashamed of your country’s history, (then) you don’t know your country’s history”
    -some post on Pinterest, idk
    (I feel like someone important quoted this, didn’t say who.)

  12. TrishaLee Hutchison says:

    This is stupid. I mean, don’t get me wrong it was informative and interesting, but there’s no solution. Just recognizing it doesn’t do anything at all. how do we fix the problem? That’s what’s really important! We need to stop shaming people, making them feel bad for the way they were born. We need to educate people about how to fix the problem. We can’t just divide the masses with guilty white privilege and victimizing minorities and expect things to change for the better. It won’t. We need to value each other as people. This mentality is treating a symptom instead of the disease.

  13. ljuc says:

    Well, then demolish the red zone and build them families better homes.

  14. Anneliese Edelstein says:

    Bash FDR again and I’ll beat your ass

  15. Shane ClarkeKent says:

    If the video’s point wasn’t clear to you. And you’re left questioning if you or anything around you is racist. Then yes, you are in fact racist. LOL

  16. Martion's Funhouse says:


  17. Declan Gillespie says:

    When u live in Levittown

  18. SsbPrime says:


  19. Jon Griffiths says:

    that kid can’t act

  20. Harry Vigolo says:

    This is why the USA needs more affirmative action and needs to start discriminating against white people. WHITE GUILT.

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