redlining


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redlining

Identifying text that has been changed in a word processing document by displaying it in a special color, for example. It allows the original author of the text or other users to see ongoing revisions. The term comes from manual editing where a red pen is used to mark up the pages.
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He developed an interactive map that was the impetus for the Redlining Louisville project.
Increasing incidents of discrimination and racial redlining against African American homeowners by insurance carriers across the country prompted the Washington, D.