Welcoming the Dear Neighbor?
We are committed to working together to make the invisible visible and to close the racial disparity gaps in housing in Minnesota.
We hope to learn from and engage with community members about their own stories and experiences with housing injustice, past and present.
Read about us in the St. Paul Monitor! This August our organization was recognized by the St. Paul Monitor for our part in the Know Your Como Project, which was a collaboration between the District 10 Historical Society and WTDN. This piece focuses on racial covenants in the Como neighborhood and how the community is reckoning with its history.
Economist Trevon Logan to Give Public Lectures at St. Catherine University
Coming September 18th and 19th, 2023
Professor Trevon D. Logan is a highly accomplished and awarded economist, known for his work on racial inequality and economic history. Professor Logan is the Hazel C. Youngberg Trustees Distinguished Professor of Economics and is currently the Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio State University.
As part of the PBK Visiting Scholars Program, Professor Logan is to give two lectures entitled: The Sins of Economic History and “All We Have is The Truth”: Burdened Individuality, Abstract Equality, and Economic Inference.
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See what students, faculty, and staff are learning about housing inequality, segregation, and racism in Minnesota.
Student Work & Projects
Explore work and projects from our students as they look at how historical housing discrimination affects current inequality in Ramsey County.
Students at St. Kate’s are engaging with the WTDN in a variety of classes. Here’s how our students are thinking about the issues related to housing inequality and housing segregation. Their work demonstrates “thinking in progress”.
Faculty/Staff Work & Projects
Explore work and projects from our faculty/staff members as they look at how historical housing discrimination affects current inequality in Ramsey County.
Share Your Story
We would love to hear your stories about living in St. Paul or its suburbs, particularly if you have experienced the impacts of racist housing policies and practices. By making these stories visible, these hidden histories are brought to light and can inform present policies.
Check out our upcoming events and workshops to find opportunities to learn more about our work.
Interested in volunteering or collaborating on an event or project?
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