A 2020 report by Zillow shows Minneapolis having the largest gap between Black and non-Black home ownership rates in the US (51.3%)–Black home ownership rate in Minneapolis is 22%, half the national rate. As Zora Neale Hurston wrote in the turn of the 20th century, “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” Structural barriers in the form of racial covenants dovetailed with redlining and predatory lending practices stopped many non-White people from buying property for most of the last century. Impacted were residential and public spaces, such as parks and schools, leading to Minneapolis’ segregation. Mapping Prejudice is about both the questions and the answers. Based in the Borchert Map Library of the University of Minnesota, it is a means of remembering history and using facts to inform policy-making that eliminates Minneapolis’ disparities in employment, education and health care.