The study shows how policies and practices that influence access to capital and credit can have a lasting impact on housing patterns, the economic health of neighborhoods and who accumulates wealth.
Undermining another Obama-era initiative, the Trump administration plans to delay enforcement of a federal housing rule that requires communities to address patterns of racial residential segregation.
A new report, produced in collaboration with NCRC, examined mortgages in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in California. Many went to wealthy borrowers.
Overall, black entrepreneurs seeking small business loans faced more scrutiny compared to their equal or less creditworthy white counterparts.