CovidWhileBlack - A Twitter post about Housing Instability

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CovidWhileBlack - A Twitter post about Housing Instability

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The twitter page CovidWhileBlack shared a story, which I have linked, titled "COVID-19 Exposes the Black Community's Long History of Housing Instability." The struggle to keep a roof over one's head had been even more difficult through this pandemic, but even more so for many Black people. This article describes the shocking statistics of the inequalities. With many people losing their jobs, and with only 47% of the Black US population owning their own homes, the pandemic had caused many Black Americans to face evictions. These are sad statistics showing the state of inequality against Black citizens, especially during this pandemic. Real change needs to be made.

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This item was submitted on February 28, 2021 by [anonymous user] using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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