Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago by Linda Gartz

Literary Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

“A rich remembrance of a captivating, transformative era.. . .The people and settings are as well-developed and intriguing as those in a riveting novel.” -Kirkus Reviews. Selected for inclusion in two Smithsonian libraries. Delving into her family’s archives, an Emmy-Award-winning documentarian examines the racist mortgage policies that fractured a Chicago neighborhood in the 1960s. From $2.99 SHOP NOW

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