Redlining from the 1930s continues to affect the city. Join author and nationally-recognized urban design planner Joshua Poe, whose presentation will include a discussion of Louisville’s redlining map from 1938, and impacts that the city’s racist, segregation policies continue to have on the city today. The talk will include a look at current city planning efforts, gentrification and efforts to create a more socially fair, unbiased community.
Tuesday, Sept. 18Frazier History Museum
5:30-7:30 p.m. | $12, nonmembers