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Why Is Homeownership Among Blacks Lower Than Ever?

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Segregation and housing discrimination are affecting Black homeownership today as much as in the days before the 1964 Civil Rights Act. What happened and how can this be reversed? NEP’s Bill Black appears on The Real News Network and discusses this. You can view here with transcript. [embedded content]

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Segregation and housing discrimination are affecting Black homeownership today as much as in the days before the 1964 Civil Rights Act. What happened and how can this be reversed? NEP’s Bill Black appears on The Real News Network and discusses this. You can view here with transcript.

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