"Every single city in the United States is still largely segregated by race. But this isn't just because of coincidence or personal preference. It is because of a systematic, government-sanctioned process over the course of the 20th century that forced Black Americans into low-quality, over-crowded housing and barred them from receiving financing or assistance to buy the few homes that were available to them. We can still see the effects of this state-sanctioned segregation to this day. Let's learn about this in the context of the important Supreme Court decision Shelley v. Kraemer." Leeja Miller