Such Are the Customs of Baltimore: a History of Segregation
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Citation of Original PublicationNix, Elizabeth M. “Such Are the Customs of Baltimore: A History of Segregation.” Open Society Institute: Baltimore’s Talking About Race Series, 27 October 2015, Enoch-Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MD.
Oct. 27, 2015 -- A History of Segregation in Baltimore -- This talk, given by Elizabeth Nix, a professor at the University of Baltimore, brought examples of structural racism and white privilege to light by talking about the history of Baltimore and how that history has resulted in discriminatory patterns and policies and segregation in Baltimore. Elizabeth Nix is a professor of legal, ethical, and historical studies at the University of Baltimore and coeditor of Baltimore ’68: Riots and Rebirth in an American City. This event was part of Open Society Institute–Baltimore’s Talking About Race Series, cosponsored by the Enoch Pratt Free Library, which continues to explore the many facets of this complex