More than half a century after the Civil Rights Act, the pace of home ownership between blacks and whites remains in America’s largest cities.
Nationwide, the difference of 29 points between black and white home ownership in the second quarter of 2020 was greater than in 1940. Experts say it is the product of decades of outstanding legislative and financial practices that do not allow black families to buy homes. But an analysis by NBC News with data from the Census Bureau shows that the difference is even greater in some subway areas.
NBC News analyzed data from the 201
See the full list of cities and home ownership rates below.