- Created: Friday, 28 June 2013 13:01
In a time of rising inequality, it's fitting that this month's resources roundup features two studies of disparate housing impacts on whites versus people of color. One finds that housing discrimination has declined over time, but persists in subtle yet impactful ways. Another finds that Minnesota households in areas with higher concentrations of people of color lost nearly three times more wealth per household than those in segregated white communities in 2012. Other resources reveal a surprising correlation between evictions and children, the concerns of rural Minnesotans, housing unaffordability for those with disabilities, and a linkage between high home rates and unemployment down the line.