The Democratic senator says officials are rolling back anti-discrimination protections for people of color in the face of modern-day redlining.
The biggest bank in America announced a major expansion into the nation’s capital, promising to open 70 new branches.
Today, the homeownership gap between black people and white people is greater than it was when segregation and discrimination were legal.
Here’s what the Treasury Department’s changes would do, and wouldn’t, toward solving four major problems we have outlined in our investigation.
We received thousands of questions about redlining’s history and legality – and what everyday citizens can do about it.
Members of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee ask Jerome H. Powell how he plans to address disparities in lending between whites and others.
Since 2000, a quarter-million black Chicagoans have moved out of the city. We’re taking a close look at those challenges in this week’s episode.
The treasurer and attorney general said they would probe possible discrimination in mortgage lending. The Philadelphia City Council plans hearings.
At the national and state levels, they vow to ensure people of color get equal access to home loans and the public gets access to lending information.
The federal civil rights lawsuit alleges a blanket refusal to rent to tenants with criminal records.