HUD’s ‘Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing’ Rule is not about desegregation


Failure to meet a racial quota does not constitute segregation. That basic fact has eluded the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, which recently adopted a rule called “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” that seeks to alter the racial makeup of America’s cities and towns even when there is no justifiable reason to do so.

That Fair Housing Act regulation wrongly defines “segregation” as a “high concentration of persons of a particular race” or “religion.” (See 78 Fed. Reg. 43709, 43730.)

But mere “concentration” is not segregation.
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