This American Life on the history of fair housing and how where we live affects us

A fascinating piece, particularly for those of us who didn't live through the struggle to pass the Fair Housing Act. As the website explains: "Where you live is important. It can dictate quality of schools and hospitals, as well as things like cancer rates, unemployment, or whether the city repairs roads in your neighborhood. On this week's show, stories about destiny by address."


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