Categories: Public Interest Law


Atuahene, Bernadette

Course Data

Room 5223
MW 4:10pm-5:30pm

Pass/Fail: Yes

Past Grade Distributions (Fall '22 and onward)
Spring 2023 ZPO

Course Description

Racist policies are any written and unwritten laws, rules, procedures, processes, regulations, and guidelines that govern people and produce or sustain racial inequity between racial groups. To better understand racist policies that have undermined property ownership for racial minorities in America, students will learn about an array of topics, including racialized property tax administration, racially restrictive covenants, mortgage and insurance redlining, land contracts, subprime loans, urban renewal, residential segregation, and partition sales.

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