Ken Zimmerman Comments on Discrimination in the Housing Market

Former Fellow Ken Zimmerman (’89), an adjunct assistant professor of urban planning at NYU’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, discussed an undercover investigation finding discriminatory home-selling practices in Long Island for a story in The New York Times (“What Happens When Black People Search for Suburban Homes,” Nov. 18). Ken called the data a “modern manifestation of what has gotten in the way of the legal mandate and policy aspirations of the Fair Housing Act.”