Her words changed the world.

Redlining and Housing Discrimination

Salons at Stowe
May 5, 2016
5:30 - 7 PM
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Redlining is a discriminatory practice by which financial institutions refuse or limit loans, mortgages, or insurance within specific geographic areas, especially inner-city neighborhoods. Despite gains, housing discrimination continues today.

How can we take a stand against housing discrimination? How can we create inclusive communities?

Join the conversation with featured guests: Professor Jack Dougherty, Trinity College and Maria Cuerda, CT Fair Housing Center.

The event is free and will take place in the Stowe Visitor Center.

5:30 - 5:45 PM Refreshments

5:45 - 7 PM Discussion 

Reservations  or 860-522-9258, x317.

Since 2008, the Stowe Center has brought community members together for Salons at Stowe, spirited discussions of contemporary issues to foster engagement and community action. 
 


Salon admission is FREE thanks to our members, donors and CT Department of Economic & Community Development; CT Office of the Arts; Ensworth Charitable Trust; Greater Hartford Arts Council; Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; The Hartford; Lincoln Financial Foundation; and Travelers Foundation.