A multi-unit complex owned by Mirage Properties in the Shawnee neighborhood. May 3, 2021
A multi-unit complex owned by Mirage Properties in the Shawnee neighborhood. May 3, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has underscored housing disparities between Black and white people in Louisville, with Black residents more likely to face financial hardships that put them behind on rent, according to a report from the Metropolitan Housing Coalition.

The nonprofit agency, made up of more than 300 members, released its latest State of Metropolitan Housing Report on Tuesday, breaking down the struggles residents faced as they attempted to stay “healthy at home” over the last…

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