I had heard of the term red-lining before, but I was so ignorant to its true meaning and how it impacts BIPOC. I was reading an article about how my particular area's school districts are red-lined. I am a school administrator, and I have worked in different districts. In my area, we definitely have "good" school districts and the districts that no one ever wants to attend. Upon reflection, the less desirable school districts have a higher population of Section 8 housing and subsequently black students whose families have been forced into low income housing by the red-lining that is present in our society to create racist divides. I had a parent who came to look at my school (a suburban district that is growing with lower income housing and a more diverse population). The parent's first question to me was "where to live" in the district that was "away" from any Section 8 housing and "those" people. Our racist thinking is embedded in us as a society - even down to where we live. I found this particular section to be very hard to watch and take in as I couldn't help but think of how ignorant I have been as a white person and a school administrator to my own area and how school district lines have been drawn.