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JHU Historian’s Work on ‘Mapping Inequality’ Database Honored in Nat Geo’s ‘Best Maps’ List

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Courtesy “Mapping Inequality” database

Earlier this year, Johns Hopkins University historian N.D.B. Connolly worked with researchers from a handful of schools to assemble an online map archive showing evidence of government-abetted redlining. A writer for National Geographic took notice, including it in his list of the top maps produced this year.

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