Exhibit opening this week at the main library exposes the impact of redlining on central Ohio residents
Columbus neighborhoods were designed to be segregated, with Black neighborhoods receiving inferior services.
Children running to their next fun activity at Linden Community Center glanced only briefly at the big red boards on each side of the main hallway with faces that asked What’s that about?
Adults who worked there said they hadn’t had much time to take it all in, but what they had seen so far was all new to them.
“I had no idea this is how Linden got to be…
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