People Of Color More Likely To Pay Application Fees When Renting A Home, Study Finds

Renting or purchasing a home continues to get more expensive, but the cost of moving into a rental is higher if you are young or part of a minority, according to a new study from real estate marketplace Zillow. Continue Reading →

“Philanthropic Redlining” Maybe Reason For Grant Money Not Given To Nonprofits Led By People Of Color (Study)

Organizations led by people of color from Harlem to Harare win less grant money and are trusted less to make decisions about how to spend those funds than groups with white leaders. Continue Reading →


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