Trinity University Urban Studies Director Christine Drennon, Ph.D., traces San Antonio’s legacy of racial and economic segregation using historic deed restrictions and government documents showing “redlining” of poor neighborhoods.
In this presentation at the Winter Convening of the city’s Faith-Based Initiative on Feb. 21, 2018, Drennon also reveals how property wealthy school districts consolidated with each other and excluded poor areas such as Edgewood and San Antonio.
Her presentation shows how San Antonio came to be the most economically segregated city in the U.S.

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