Housing discrimination in the United States manifested itself in many ways. Learn about these communities and how they were shaped by tools of systemic discrimination.
Courtesy of Mapping Inequality
From The “Free Air of Liberty” to Sundown Town — Stories of Resistance and Resilience
Wealthy through oranges and oil, Brea leaders excluded many from their suburban dream.
Farming community to sprawling technoburb, Naperville’s diversity grew despite historic discriminatory practices.
Oak Park re-defined itself through fair housing to become an inclusive and progressive community.
A bustling Black population evolved in Columbus despite discriminatory practices and barriers.
Religious and racial discrimination in housing through restrictive covenants and real estate practices.