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How Residential Segregation Affects the Marketplace

Five decades after the signing of the Fair Housing Act in 1968, the legacy of past discriminatory policies still linger in many American communities. What is the state of “residential segregation” in 2018? Click through to read more.

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Secretary Carson Restates HUD Commitment to Fair Housing

On Thursday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson fired back against accusations that proposed changes to the HUD mission statement represented a rolling back of the agency's commitment to fair housing practices. Carson was responding to reports earlier in the week that HUD ...

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HUD Puts $39 Million Toward Fighting Discrimination in Housing

HUD makes funding available each year to support organizations interested in the enforcement of fair housing laws and policies as well as educating the public, housing providers, and local governments about their rights and responsibilities under the Fair Housing Act.

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