What to know about the massive red tulip display in Bronzeville
CHICAGO - A beautiful display on Chicago's South Side is sending a strong message.
One-hundred-thousand red tulips have been planted in the Bronzeville neighborhood to call attention to a practice known as "redlining."
Redlining is the discrimination and withholding of loans from people deemed to be a risky investment — mostly individuals of color.
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The flowers are planted on a vacant lot near the future Obama Presidential Center.
The installation looks to serve as an educational way to confront history.