For blacks, housing crisis endures

Here’s one way the 2008 financial crisis is still very much with us: For black Americans, homeownership is more out of reach than it has been in almost six decades. And so far, there’s no recovery in sight. Owning a home has long been a challenge for black families in the United States. Generation after…

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