Originally published 01/08/2015
How Levittown responded when a black family moved in.
Originally published 11/22/2013
David Austin Walsh
Journalist Peter Savodnik discusses his new book, "The Interloper."
Originally published 12/12/2017
American cities used zoning laws to direct new construction and to control where people lived. Black people were harmed in the process.
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