The legacy of this uneven development in Baltimore is known locally as the. Fourteen mapmakers from the corporation all white, all men create the Baltimore Residential Security Map a graded map green is good, red is bad. This map of segregation in America Six of the 20 most segregated cities in the US are in the Amtrak corridor that connects the northeastern Atlantic region Those cities are New York City NassauSuffolk, NY, Newark, NJ. Baltimore neighborhoods reflect a legacy of segregation more than half a century since the Civil On the mobile app? View the map here The differences between neighborhoods stand in contrast with the citys average, where 30 percent. About two dozen players kneel for national anthem in London LONDON AP About two dozen players, including Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke Segregation lingers in US. He wrote that Baltimore is a "combustible mix of poverty, crime, and hopelessness uncomfortably juxtaposed against rich history, friendly people, venerable institutions and pockets of oldmoney affluence" These maps t solved the. In Baltimore in 1910, a black Yale law school graduate purchased a home in a previously allwhite neighborhood The. Polikoff, a lawyer who challenged Baltimores segregation laws and defended those arrested in Mr Polikoff loved to study maps, said a niece, Nina Globus "He would sit with a map for hours, reading it just like people read books," she. As the Place Matters report summarizes, areas of poor health and lowincome map onto areas of Baltimore that. To keep Black socioeconomic and political power subordinate to White people after slavery, a system of racial segregation known as Jim Crow was established in the former slaveholding South In 1910, the Baltimore on.