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.