Using The Case for Reparations, by Ta-Nehisi Coats as a case study, identify at least ten concepts and/or ideas covered, regarding (1) the experiences of African Americans in the south, (2) how their lives were affected by Jim Crow, (3) what pushed and pulled them to leave the south and (4) what their lives were like in the north. Use only the resources provided.
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In The Case for Reparations (Coats, 2014) we see examples of redlining which, according to Housing Segregation and Redlining in America: A Short History (2018), can be defined as (insert information and details from the source). The impact of Clyde Ross living in a redlined community