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“I’ve got it down to about $1,700 now,” she says. “I’m just trying to get it down to zero, but it’s hard.”

Housing insecurity is not a new problem for Black America. Jim Crow-era discrimination and low wages often made it difficult for African Americans to keep roofs over their heads and redlining made it tough to buy, issues that federal laws would later try to correct with debatable success.

But the coronavirus pandemic could be one of the greatest threats to Black housing…

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