It is pretty apparent that redlining and implemented obstacles through business/government policy and practice have led to systemic racism. As an educator, I can see how this has impacted society to this day. Students born into low socioeconomic families and situations have "the deck" stacked against them in all facets of life. In regards to education, students attending lower income schools have less opportunity to better themselves due to low funding. There is a severe disparity between wealthy and poor schools in available resources, up to date curriculum, proper facilities, and extra curricular activities. When the majority of minorities have been discriminated against for over half a century in being denied opportunities to better themselves financially and are forced to live low income areas, they face an uphill battle in improving their financial or living situations.