Discriminatory Lending That Once Stifled Denver Neighborhoods Now Fuels Gentrification

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In the 1930s, the federal government drew red lines on maps of Denver and deemed certain parts of the city "hazardous," or "definitely declining." People in those neighborhoods, like Five Points and the Highlands, were denied mortgages to buy homes.

​Arellano and Meltzer spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.