August 18, 2021
The events of the past 16 months have drawn focus on racial inequities in the housing market. In this episode, Corey and Steve take an in-depth look at these disparities with Jacob Faber, associate professor at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service. Together, they discuss redlining, intentional segregation and other driving factors that contributed to today’s housing inequalities, as well as the considerations that are being made to address them.
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