Living in a lower-income part of Texas with High poverty or ALICE rates, I remember learning that the side of town with greater poverty was that which had been designated for persons of color during the segregation era. I was sitting at a meeting about “community revitalization,” when one of the people at the table said, “well you know from street #__ to #__ and North of _____ Ave was all your “East (city)” people and from #__ West was the others” I was so confused. Then it hit me. I started researching redlining, and access to services, academics, etc. while the area now is racially near representative of the city as a whole, the long-term economic, education, and health outcomes are still being seen.