But where there have been riots and looting, that has also happened on Main Streets, to Main Streets.
The economic “valuation” of black lives is so integral to our country’s past.
That was a valuation put on black people — onto slaves and their labor.
The value assessment of homes in black neighborhoods is pennies compared to the same homes in white neighborhoods.
The issue of value and valuation has been so distorted because of race and discrimination in this country.

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