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New analysis shows Black women targeted disproportionately for eviction

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Rasheedah Phillips, Director of Housing at Policylink and Diane Yentel, president and CEO of the National Low Income Housing Coalition stop by the Cross Connection to discuss a new analysis from USA Today showing how black women are being evicted at a rate twice that of white women, and offer thoughts on how those facing eviction may be able to stay in their homes.