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Housing Discrimination in the Phillips Neighborhood.

Zhou, Yu and Frederick W. Smith.

A 1992 fair housing survey in this low-income Minneapolis neighborhood revealed that a significant amount of discrimination still exists in rental housing. Ninety-one housing audits showed the patterns of discrimination in use by real estate agents today. The survey led to the incorporation of the first organization in Minnesota dedicated to insuring that all persons enjoy equal housing opportunities, the Minnesota Fair Housing Center.

CURA Reporter
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Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
22 (3): 12-15.
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Reporter 22 (3)

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