Heather Mullins Crislip ’00 Featured in Richard Racial Equity Essays Series

Heather Mullins Crislip ’00 was featured as an essayist as part of the Richmond Racial Equity Essays series, a project designed to explore what racial equity looks like in Richmond, Virginia. In her essay,  “Housing is the Root of Wealth Inequality: Building an Equitable Richmond”, Crislip explores the disparity in home ownership between white and Black households in Virginia, caused by the wealth gap, redline, predatory lending, etc. Her essay draws upon her many years of experience in housing law and policy.