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Activists work to heal damaging effects of redlining on minority Americans

One of the biggest drivers of today's wealth gap between Black and White Americans is redlining -- the practice of mortgage lenders denying loans to people based on their race or where they live. Although it was outlawed in 1968, its effects are still being felt today. Michelle Miller looks at how some entrepreneurs and activists are trying to reverse that.
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