Mapping Spatial Violence: dispossession, public housing, and "new communities"
(Prologue DC, YouTube, March 2021)

Unfinished Business in a Divided City (Washington History, Fall 2020)

Open Data and Racial Segregation: Mapping the Historic Imprint of Racial Covenants and Redlining on American Cities (Palgrave MacMillan, 2020)

Mapping Segregation in D.C. (D.C. Policy Center, April 2019)

Race and Real Estate in Mid-Century D.C. (D.C. Policy Center, April 2019)

The Rise and Demise of Racially Restrictive Covenants in Bloomingdale
(D.C. Policy Center, April 2019)

How Segregation Shaped DC’s Northernmost Ward (Greater Greater Washington,
September 2017)

Mapping Segregation in Washington DC (Preservation Leadership Forum Blog, June 2015)

For Sale to Colored: Racial Turnover on S Street, N.W. (Washington History, Winter 1996)

Black and White in Brookland: Mapping Segregation in the Neighborhood
(Bygone Brookland
, February 2018)

Black and White in Brookland: This is What a Racial Housing Covenant Looks Like 
(Bygone Brookland, January 2017)

Mapping Gentrification in Washington D.C. (Tanya Maria Golash-Boza, October 2022)

The Demise of Ward 4’s Historic African American Communities (Prologue DC, YouTube,
April 2021

Brightwood’s Historic African American Community (Prologue DC, YouTube, April 2021)

What Lies Beneath: Documenting the History of the Columbian Harmony Cemetery
(American University, April 2021)

Barry Farm Dwellings: A Struggle for Civil Rights in Southeast DC
(DC Historic Preservation Office, February 2021)

Kingman Park, A Segregated Community and Civil Rights Center
(DC Historic Preservation Office, November 2020)

Remembering Reno City (DC History and Justice Collective, November 2020)

Black Homeowners of 3rd Street —1940 No covenants (InShaw Blog, February 2020)

A Centennial ‘Glocal’ History (Historic Chevy Chase, November 2019)

A Tour of Bloomingdale's Racial Divide (DC Historic Sites, 2018)

The Battle of Fort Reno (Washington City Paper, November 2017)

On the Fort: The Fort Reno Community of Washington, D.C., 1861-1951

Black Families Once Owned Part of Lafayette Park

Race and Real Estate in Mid-Century DC (Prologue DC, 2018)

Black and White in Brookland: Irish and African-American perceptions of life here in the 1930s (Bygone Brookland, November 2014)

Mapping Inequality

Renewing Inequality

Mapping Prejudice (Minneapolis, MN)

Mapping Cville (Charlottesville, VA)

Mapping Racism (Hyattsville, MD)

Redlining Louisville


Segregated Seattle

Racial Restrictive Covenants Project – Washington State

Justice InDeed (Ann Arbor, MI)

Racial Restriction and Housing Discrimination in the Chicagoland Area

Chicago Covenants

Racially Restrictive Covenants (St. Louis)


Mapping Exclusion - Arlington, VA


Mapping Segregation in Montgomery County, Maryland


National Covenant Research Coalition


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