Wing Luke museum examines legacy of Seattle housing discrimination

"Excluded, Inside the Lines" explores the history and lasting effects of housing discrimination and redlining in Seattle on communities of color.
Mar 12, 2019

American Housing and Economics

As part of DNDA’s 8-event Let’s Talk Race Series, American Housing and Economics is a half-day workshop looking at the history of American’s economic structure based in imperialism, exploitation, and extraction—and how racism was used as a reason and motivation for such structure. We will then look at how this structure continues today in our […]
Apr 26, 2018

23 Seattle landlords charged in discrimination probe

As hard as it might be to rent in Seattle, families with children, people with disabilities and people with federal housing assistance have it harder, a city probe found. A city of Seattle investigation has resulted in 23 director’s charges against landlords for violations of fair housing laws, the city announced this week. The Seattle Office […]
May 3, 2016
The Station luxury apartments was one of 13 rental property sites charged with discrimination last month. (Photo by Christina Twu)

Problems in Seattle housing equity addressed in new local, federal plans

What could desegregation efforts mean for Seattle housing, according to new federal and city-level plans?
Jul 14, 2015