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Black women endure legacy of racism in homeownership and making costly repairs

By Robin Bartram, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Tulane University
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Routine maintenance is necessary for every homeowner. But for Black women, that burden is complicated by decades of redlining and the impacts of climate change.The Conversation

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