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alwaysbewoke: “ for real. reading the history of the laws (the many laws) written to keep blacks away from anything empowering is quite dizzying and housing discrimination was a big one. laws keeping...

alwaysbewoke: “ for real. reading the history of the laws (the many laws) written to keep blacks away from anything empowering is quite dizzying and housing discrimination was a big one. laws keeping...

1964 Lyndon Johnson signing Civil Rights Act “No person in the United States shall on grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.” Overnight, it became illegal to force segregation in schools, workplaces, and housing.

1964 Lyndon Johnson signing Civil Rights Act “No person in the United States shall on grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.” Overnight, it became illegal to force segregation in schools, workplaces, and housing.

Supporting Fair Housing for All   Housing discrimination is unacceptable whenever it occurs. Landlords have a legal and moral obligation to offer the same opportunities and use the same policies for everyone. MMHA continually offers Fair Housing education and rental forms to help all landlords operate within the law

Supporting Fair Housing for All Housing discrimination is unacceptable whenever it occurs. Landlords have a legal and moral obligation to offer the same opportunities and use the same policies for everyone. MMHA continually offers Fair Housing education and rental forms to help all landlords operate within the law

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ducks after being hit in the head by a rock during a housing discrimination protest in Chicago on Aug. 5, 1966. (Bettmann/Corbis/AP Images)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ducks after being hit in the head by a rock during a housing discrimination protest in Chicago on Aug. 5, 1966. (Bettmann/Corbis/AP Images)

He asked her the wrong question about racism. And her answer is flawless.

He asked her the wrong question about racism. And her answer is flawless.

3 Jahre Baby, 3 Jahre, Weiße Menschen, Schwarzer Mann, Abteilung Von Korrekturen, Effects Of Racism, White Privilege, Little Rock, Charlie Rose Interviews

Patsy Mink was the first woman of color and Asian-American elected to Congress; she served five consecutive terms representing Hawaii. She was the principle author and sponsor of the Title IX bill, which required gender equality in every educational program that received federal funding, and had its most enduring effect on funding women in sports. Mink was also the first Asian-American to run for president in 1972, campaigning on an anti-war platform.

Patsy Mink was the first woman of color and Asian-American elected to Congress; she served five consecutive terms representing Hawaii. She was the principle author and sponsor of the Title IX bill, which required gender equality in every educational program that received federal funding, and had its most enduring effect on funding women in sports. Mink was also the first Asian-American to run for president in 1972, campaigning on an anti-war platform.

HEAD WRAP & OUTFIT | Princess Akousa Busia of the Royal Family of Wenchi, Ghana. (5 Black Princesses That You Should Know | Coco & Crème)

HEAD WRAP & OUTFIT | Princess Akousa Busia of the Royal Family of Wenchi, Ghana. (5 Black Princesses That You Should Know | Coco & Crème)

alwaysbewoke: for real. reading the history of the laws (the many laws) written to keep blacks away from anything empowering is quite dizzying and housing discrimination was a big one. laws keeping and taking land from blacks go way back (for example) and as society progressed, it morphed to fit the times. nowadays it’s housing discrimination and it’s rampant.

alwaysbewoke: for real. reading the history of the laws (the many laws) written to keep blacks away from anything empowering is quite dizzying and housing discrimination was a big one. laws keeping and taking land from blacks go way back (for example) and as society progressed, it morphed to fit the times. nowadays it’s housing discrimination and it’s rampant.

The lovely royal couple of Lesotho, Prince Seeiso and Princess Mabereng.

Prince Harry's favourite kingdom, Lesotho

The 8 Best Lines From the Supreme Court Decision That Saved Obamacare | Mother Jones

The 8 Best Lines From the Supreme Court Decision That Saved Obamacare | Mother Jones

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