From The Daily News:
State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is forcefully speaking about – and taking action against – New York’s dirty little secret: the housing discrimination that makes the Big Apple one of the most racially segregated cities in America.
“Discrimination is alive and well in America today,” Cuomo (above) said at a press conference Tuesday announcing lawsuits against landlords in Brooklyn and upstate Schenectady County.
(Full disclosure: My wife, Juanita Scarlett, works for the attorney general.)
“In life and society, you will never solve a problem you’re unwilling to admit,” Cuomo said. “We don’t want to admit that we discriminate.”
That’s putting it mildly. Few areas of city life are as shrouded in denial and hypocrisy as the welter of public and private mechanisms that keep New York divided.
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