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Posted on: November 15, 2022

When San Leandro was a White Spot: History of Post-War Housing Discrimination

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When San Leandro was a White Spot: History of Post-War Housing Discrimination
Presentation and Q&A with Mitchell Schwarzer 

Thursday, December 8, 6:00 pm -7:00 pm 
San Leandro Main Library – 300 Estudillo Ave. 

Join us at the San Leandro Public Library for an informative presentation and Q&A with Mitchell Schwarzer, historian, professor and author of Hella Town: Oakland's History of Development and Disruption for a deep dive into the history of the housing discrimination that took place in the East Bay and how it has shaped our local cities.  

This program is part of a series related to “The History of Redlining and Housing Discrimination in San Leandro” exhibit currently on display at the Main Library and San Leandro History Museum.  

We will have free copies of Mitchell Schwarzer’s book available for attendees, while supplies last.  

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