How a government program blocked black people from buying homes

The Federal government commissioned maps in the 1930s that pointed to areas considered safe bets for home loans. The most desirable neighborhoods were exclusively white. Tacoma had its map.
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The Federal government commissioned maps in the 1930s that pointed to areas considered safe bets for home loans. The most desirable neighborhoods were exclusively white. Tacoma had its map.

How racism kept black Tacomans from buying houses for decades

August 10, 2018 03:16 PM