Racist Housing Policies Could Be Ignored Under New Measure

The U.S, unfortunately, does not have the best record of providing safe and affordable housing to all citizens regardless of race and income.

Policies like restrictive covenants, sub-prime loans, and de jure segregation still have dangerous effects to this day. Although the Fair Housing Act of 1968 outlawed discrimination in housing practices, many lending…

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