• Denai Cross

What The Back-and-Forth Over America Being A ‘Racist Country’ Is Actually About

Evidence for racism in other systems is readily apparent. Take homeownership. For decades, mortgage lenders sectioned off heavily Black communities as being too risky for home loans, a process known as redlining. But it remains the case that Blacks seeking a mortgage are rejected at a rate 80 percent higher than Whites. Since owning a house is a central part of building wealth, this has broad ramifications. To learn more click here.

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