Technically Biased Podcast
Racial Bias in American Housing, From Founding Policies to Predatory Algorithms
The Integrated Schools Podcast
Taking Just Action for Integration with Richard and Leah Rothstein
Jefferson Public Radio — The Jefferson Exchange
A how-to guide on undoing persistent Black-white segregation
Point Reyes Books, Mainstreet Moms, and KWMR Radio — “Just Action” Book Discussion with Leah Rothstein
Booked on Planning podcast
Book Review: Just Action — How to Challenge Segregation Enacted Under the Color of Law
Think on KERA
Fixing what the Fair Housing Act didn’t. Host Krys Boyd interviews Leah Rothstein.
KCUR — Kansas City
Kansas City’s racial and economic divide is not impossible to fix, housing expert says.
Amanpour and Company — June 9, 2023
“We have an apartheid society:” The lasting effects of segregated housing. Richard and Leah Rothstein are interviewed by Michel Martin.
Baltimore, MD, Enoch Pratt Free Library Central Branch — June 7, 2023
In conversation with Baltimore City School Board Commissioner Ashley Esposito.
Washington, DC, Loyalty Bookshop and DC Public Library — June 6, 2023
In conversation with Rev. William H. Lamar IV
Harrisburg, PA, Midtown Scholar — June 3, 2023
In conversation with Representative Ismail Smith-Wade-El
San Francisco, CA, The Commonwealth Club of California — May 31, 2023
In conversation with KQED’s Brian Watt.
The Spark on WITF
On May 24, Scott LaMar interviewed Richard Rothstein and Leah Rothstein about Just Action.
KWMR — Point Reyes
Indivisible West Marin interviews Leah Rothstein about Just Action (segment begins at minute 33).
The Power is Now Media 2023 Fair Housing Series — Part 2
In part 2 of this series, Eric L. Frazier interviews Leah Rothstein, co-author of Just Action, about the challenges faced by underprivileged communities due to discrimination and segregation in the housing sector.
The Power is Now Media 2023 Fair Housing Series — Part 1
In this video, Eric L. Frazier MBA, President, and CEO of The Power Is Now Media, and Richard Rothstein, author of The Color of Law, discuss the impact of the 1968 Fair Housing Act on African Americans.
Booked on Planning Podcast
Leah and Richard Rothstein join Booked on Planning podcast.
Segregation was not solely an individual invention, but was supported by government actions like housing policy and “if it’s unconstitutional, then we have an obligation to remedy it.
City of Alexandria’s Zoning for Housing Kick-off Event Keynote
On March 20 and 21, the City held a 1.5 day event to kick-off the 2023 continuation of the Zoning for Housing/Housing for All initiative. Over these two days, stakeholders heard from industry experts, participated in conversations, and learned more about the current state of housing in Alexandria. Keynote address by Leah Rothstein, Co-author with Richard Rothstein of the upcoming book ‘Just Action’, sequel to Richard Rothstein’s ‘The Color of Law.’