This episode explores housing rights and discrimination, featuring the life and legacy of J. Vance Lewis, one of Houston's first Black trial attorneys, and his influence on Freedmen's Town. Then, Christopher Tyson of Build Baton Rouge discusses the law and policy behind housing rights and urban development, followed by an overview of race-based housing discrimination cases with Lone Star Legal Aid.
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