How Redlining Still Affects Homelessness

One major historical cause of residential segregation is redlining. In the United States, redlining is when residents are denied various services such as financial services, which  typically occurs based on race. The 1916 Supreme Court case of Buchanan vs. Warley declared racial zoning to be illegal and in violation of the 14th amendment, which meant …

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