Patterns of racial discrimination.

Edited by George M. von Furstenberg, Bennett Harrison [and] Ann R. Horowitz.
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Lexington Books , Lexington, Mass
Discrimination in housing -- United States, Discrimination in employment -- United S
ContributionsVon Furstenberg, George M., 1941-, Harrison, Bennett, Horowitz, Ann R.
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ROTHSTEIN: Well, because all the Fair Housing Act could do was prohibit future discrimination. But by the time the Fair Housing Act was passed, the patterns of segregation had been firmly established.

The book examines a slew of civil rights cases, won and lost on grounds of racial discrimination. Most cases involve some degree of black ancestry. It is well known in legal circles that very few racial discrimination lawsuits bear fruit for the claimants.

Losing is the norm. A Pattern Or Practice Of Discrimination Under the Fair Housing Act, the Department of Justice may file a lawsuit when there is reason to believe that a person has engaged in a "pattern or practice" of discrimination or has engaged in discrimination against a group of persons that raises an issue of "general public importance.".Racism is the belief that different inherent traits in racial groups justify discrimination.

In the modern English language, the term “racism” is used predominantly as a pejorative epithet. It is applied especially to the practice or advocacy of racial discrimination of a pernicious nature, which is often justified by recourse to racial.