Testbed for the Redlining Archives of California's Exclusionary Spaces

    By David Theo Goldberg & Richard Marciano
    Programming by Chien-Yi Hou

    Open Project

    The color-coding of the maps, we note in passing, form the basis also of the contemporary Homeland Security alert system, thus linking histories of urban segregation abstractly to more recent patterns of national restriction.

    - David Theo Goldberg, Authors' Statement

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    This work was made possible with a generous grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services: "T-RACES: Tesbed for the Redlining Archives of California's Exclusionary Spaces", IMLS Award No. LG-05-06-0158.

    The work could not have been completed without the commitment of a small group of extraordinary contributors: Suzy Beemer, Shane Depner, Jennifer Wilkens, and Khai Tang.

    We are grateful also for the helpful input and advice from the project's advisory committee, including George Lipsitz (Professor at the Dept. of Black Studies, UC Santa Barbara -- glipsitz@blackstudies.ucsb.edu), Rosemarie McKeon (Web Developer / Editor with the Indigenous Mapping Network -- rose@indigenousmapping.net), and Jesus Hernandez (Dept. of Sociology, UC Davis -- jchernandez@ucdavis.edu).

    — David Theo Goldberg, University of California Humanities Research Institute & Richard Marciano, SILS / University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, September 6th, 2008