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EBR Third Thursday - Repercussions of Redlining

  • 01/20/2022
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • In Person or Zoom


  • Event to be held at Wittigs Office Interiors

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Third Thursday Presentation and Discussion 

The Repercussions of Redlining

A discussion of how racial discrimination in mortgage lending during the 1930s shaped the demographic and economic patterns of communities throughout the U.S. – and the specific impact the practice had on the educational landscape and health status of San Antonio today.

Presented by: Executive Book Review

Our Special Panel for this evening

Dalia Flores Contreras
(Chief Executive Officer of City Education Partners)

Suzanne Mead Feldmann
(President and Chief Executive Officer, CHEF)

Anne Messbarger Eguia  
(Chief Operating Officer, CHEF)

On January 20th, we’re featuring “The Repercussions of Redlining” at our inaugural Third Thursday Presentation and Discussion Forum.  This is also a San Antonio Dream Week Event. 

RSVP for this inaugural quarterly panel discussion and try to join us in person at Wittigs - you don't want to miss this special event.  Seating is limited so register today.  You may also join us online if you cannot attend in person.  .  See you there.


Thursday, January 20, 2022

Attend Live: 

Registration  - Meet and Greet
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM (US Central Time)

Presentation and Panel Discussion
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (US Central Time)

Wittigs Office Interiors
2018 Avenue B Suite 200
San Antonio, Texas 78215

-- OR --

Attend Via Zoom: 

5:45 PM - 8:00 PM (US Central Time)

**You must register to receive the Zoom Link**

If you would like to invite other colleagues to join this conference, you may register up to three guests during your registration process, or have them visit the website at www.ExecutiveBookReview.com
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