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To what extent was our economy designed to be fair?

INTRO
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Dispossession of Land
from Indigenous Peoples:
1607 – Present Day
Gallery G 02
Wall Street Established
as an Official Trading
Post of Enslaved Peoples:
1711
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Invention of the Cotton
Gin Accelerates the
Expansion of Slavery:
1794
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Choctaw Nation Forced
to Abandon Ancestral
Lands for “Indian
Territory”: 1831
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Lehman Brothers’
Cotton Exchange: 1858
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Sharecropping and Debt
Peonage: 1870s-1940s
Gallery G 07
Prison Labor:
1870s - Present Day
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Railroads and Chinese
Laborers: 1880s-1890s
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Tulsa Black Wall Street Massacre: 1921
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Stock Market Crashes, Ushering in the Great Depression: 1929
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LA Police "Repatriate" Mexican Americans and Immigrants at La Placita Park: 1931
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The Home Owners Loan Corporation Develops Redlining: 1933
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Report on “Pinklining” Reveals How Wall Street Targets Women for Toxic Loans: 2016
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Explosion Highlights Risks of Wall Street Chemical Plant Ownership: 2019

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