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Question 1 of 5
What is ‘Redlining’ in this context?
Clipping your levels on the mixer.
Redlining describes a practice that occurs when lending institutions refuse to make loans to people of a certain race or lower incomes.
When a professor corrects a draft using red pen.
Question 2 of 5
How did ‘Redlining’ get its name?
The people who lived in redlined areas drew redlines around their own neighborhoods, therefore creating the name.
From the practice of putting a redline around areas on a map that were deemed too risky to insure mortgages, provide loans, etc. based on racist and classist beliefs.
It is still a mystery to this day.
Question 3 of 5
When was the practice made illegal?
It’s not illegal, that’s why it continues to happen.
In 1988 with the Fair Housing Act.
In 1968 with the Fair Housing Act and further in 1988 with the Fair Housing Amendments Act.
Question 4 of 5
Redlining is easily detected just by calling and asking lending institutions.
Question 5 of 5
If you’re a victim of redlining or suspect redlining, where should you file a Fair Housing complaint?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development for free at HUD.gov
To your leasing office or landlord.
To the mix engineer at the front of house.