UNWELCOMED: A FAIR HOUSING HISTORY OF SALES & LENDING DISCRIMINATION EXHIBIT

Panel 3 (Neighborhood Intimidation)

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Bibliography

-Paul Mullins, “Racist Spite and Residential Segregation: Housing and the Color Line in Inter-War Indianapolis,” Archaeology and Material Culture, January 20, 2019, https://paulmullins.wordpress.com/2019/01/20/racist-spite-and-residential-segregation-housing-and-the-color-line-in-inter-war-indianapolis/.

 

Image Citation

-Protest Evoked Article, “Protest Evoked by Realty Deal,” The Indianapolis Star, December 9, 1930, pg. 2, accessed via Newspapers.com.

-Dr. Lucas to Vacate Article, “Dr. Lucas to Vacate Central Ave. Home: Residents in Vicinity Assessed $50 Each,” The Indianapolis Recorder, January 3, 1931, accessed via Hoosier State Chronicles:  https://newspapers.library.in.gov/?a=d&d=INR19310103-01.1.1&srpos=1&e=——193-en-20–1-byDA-txt-txIN-%22Head+Pays+City+VIsit%22——

-1920 Protective League Article, “Fences Isolate Colored Owner: Capitol Avenue Residents Object to Purchase of Property by Dr. Meriwether,” The Indianapolis Star, July 16, 1920, pg. 1., accessed via Newspapers.com. 

-1907 Woodruff Place Article, “Spite Fence Which Separates the ‘Common Herd,’” The Indianapolis Star, October 7, 1907, pg. 7., accessed via Newspapers.com.  

-1904 Dugdale Article, “‘Spite Fence’ on Dugdale Street, Resulting in a Vacant Cottage,” The Indianapolis Star, January 16, 1904, pg. 3, accessed via Newspapers.com.

Timeline

Panel 1 (Introduction)

Panel 2 (Racial Covenants)

Panel 3 (Neighborhood Intimidation)

Panel 4 (Redlining)

Panel 5 (Blockbusting & Steering)

Panel 6 (Anti-Discrimination Efforts)

Panel 7 (New Forms of Discrimination)

Panel 8 (Today’s Outcomes & Strategies)