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"I'm Not Racist, but . . ."

I grew up racist. I didn’t understand why. It took me well into adulthood to figure that out. My parents were good people. They raised their children with values. 913 more words

Racism

CFPB Policy Official In Hot Water For Racist Blog Posts

CFPB Policy Official Eric Blankenstein Used The N-word In Racist Internet Rant About Black People In 2004

CFPB Policy Official Eric Blankenstein is in hot water. 114 more words

Blog

Here's How Much More Black Renters Pay For The Same Housing As Whites

African Americans renters spend even more money on housing identical to whites in majority-white neighborhoods, according to a new study.

RELATED: The Housing Hunt Just Got Harder For Black People. 278 more words

Nation

the n-word

Yesterday, the musical artist Kehlani (full name Kehlani Ashley Parrish) took to Twitter to share her opinion on the use of the n-word.

The singer stated: 727 more words

AND There Goes Facebook Targeting... Just Like That... Thanks NAR

All it takes is one complaint to HUD? Wow! Really? 

“HUD filed a complaint against Facebook last week. 

“HUD claimed the social network’s advertising platform allowed users to discriminate against prospective renters and buyers by being able to limit who saw their ads based on the users’ race, color, religion, sex, family status, national origin, disability, ZIP code, and other factors.” ( From REALTOR® Magazine)  748 more words

Real Estate

Facebook Removes Their Favorite Ad Options After HUD Complaint

Facebook is removing thousands of targeting options from its advertising platform after the Department of Housing and Urban Development accused the social media giant of discriminatory practices with its housing ads. 321 more words

Housing

HUD Secretary Carson accuses Facebook of enabling housing discrimination

The Department of Justice on Friday formally opposed an effort by Facebook to dismiss a lawsuit by several housing groups, arguing that the social media platform may be held legally responsible if advertisers violate fair-housing laws by using its ad-targeting tools. 95 more words

Washington Post