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Housing discrimination

LocalHousingSolutions.org includes guidance on how communities can recognize and address housing discrimination.

Brief: Addressing neighborhood disparities

This brief provides background on how we got here, and what communities can do to help address segregation. Read the brief.

Brief: Reducing housing discrimination

Housing discrimination persists in American society despite efforts to eliminate it over the 50 years since the enactment of fair housing laws. Over time, discrimination has become more subtle, with housing owners and their representatives often treating prospective renters and buyers differentially rather than explicitly refusing to rent or sell on the basis of race or ethnicity. This brief presents guidance on how communities can take direct steps to address various forms of discrimination. Read the brief

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