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Housing secretary hopes to fulfill the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
New report sheds a sobering light on the racial wealth gap in the U.S.
Plaintiffs say the city promotes segregation by favoring whites for affordable housing.
Milwaukee, Chicago and New York City are among the most segregated cities in America.
The Supreme Court handed a major victory to the Obama administration and civil rights groups on Thursday when it upheld a key tool used for more than four decades to fight housing discrimination.
The Supreme Court could knock out a decades-old strategy for fighting housing discrimination, a move that would make it tougher for people to win lawsuits claiming housing policies are biased.
Study: African-Americans who live in an area that is predominately Black have a higher change of dying from lung cancer than Blacks who live in more racially mixed communities.
The Connecticut town of Winchester's Housing Authority is being sued by the Connecticut Fair Housing Center and plaintiff Crystal Carter for discriminating against minorities with Section 8 vouchers.
Between 2000 and 2010, the Texas city's population grew 20.4 percent, but the African American population decreased by 5.4 percent.