Some 39% of households in the largest metro areas are represented by householders of color, but 53% of households that lack complete plumbing are represented by householders of color, finds new research.
Piped, in-home water isn’t universal, and people of color are disproportionately more likely than white Americans to lack piped water, finds new research in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences.
A lapsed federal moratorium protecting certain renters from eviction had kept millions of Americans with roofs over their heads during the coronavirus recession. These eight papers provide context on the state of U.S. evictions.
Research is sparse on the long-term financial effects of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, but three studies illuminate the economic fallout from the white riot that destroyed the predominately black Greenwood District.
The new rule would limit the kinds of scientific studies the agency could use in support of future regulations. In short, in order for EPA to take a study’s finding into account when developing a regulation, the researchers would need to have made all the data in that study available to the public.