I’ve actually seen the video Systemic Racism Explained circulating around social media platforms for people to share what this means. I found this video the most understandable to relate redlining and housing disparities, economic advancement, educational opportunities and incarceration. Without proper funding to education, and with property taxes playing a role in available funding for schools, it would make sense that schools situated in a lower-income area would receive less funding because the property taxes were less than upper-income level housing. This leads to the lack of educational opportunity, which, in turn, leads to the lack of economic advancement. I was surprised to learn that redlining lasted as long as it did in our nation’s history and am curious to know how it affected other minority communities outside of black communities.