Sociologist Junia Howell shares her research on how appraisals contribute to inequality between Black and white homeowners.
Evan Rose, co-author and Saieh Family Research Fellow at the University of Chicago, discusses how discrimination based on job applicant name is still pervasive
The government plans to use fair housing laws and regulatory action to address the racial disparity in home valuations.
Homes in most white neighborhoods are worth an average of $250,000 more than those in mostly Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
Most tax credits from a program encouraging developers to build or renovate affordable units went to majority-Black neighborhoods.
The groundbreaking reparations program in Evanston, Illinois, seeks to shrink the racial wealth gap through housing grants.
They'll be protected under the Fair Housing Act.
A traveling exhibit connects the racist housing policies of the past to the inequities of today.
The proposed rule would require plaintiffs to show that a policy is not only discriminatory but also arbitrary.
The first qualified applicant must be approved under the ordinance. Landlords are suing.