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Resource ID: #13591
Subject: Urban Renewal
Source: Daily Nebraskan (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
Date: 1996-12-12



The story is about a neighborhood that is still carrying the stigma of its past identity. Malone used to be the area of town that racist real estate brokers and bank loan officers segregated blacks into, in the pre-civil rights days. The area today is still considered a poor, crime-filled, minority dominated area by many in Lincoln's largely white community. Using computer-assisted reporting techniques and public records, The Daily Nebraskan was able to disprove most of the commonly held perceptions. (December 12, 1996)

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