A fascinating and urgent conversation about the racism behind American neighborhoods. “We’ve adopted a national myth.” That myth? The idea that racial segregation, the segregation we see every day in American cities, is accidental. Join us for a one-hour conversation with Richard Rothstein, author of New York Times top-10 bestseller, “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America,” who argues that the segregation of our communities and schools is the result of racist policies created at every level of government. From the Depression to World War II, from the 1950’s to today, Rothstein will take us through the true history of our government’s unconstitutional efforts to maintain systemic racism – and what we can do to stop to it.