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There Goes The Neighborhood: Real Estate Website Uses Racial Stereotypes To Help White People Find “Perfect Neighborhoods”

SMFH ! A website called Picket Report marketed as a new online research tool that helps home buyers find their “perfect neighborhood” has been forced to remove a controversial section which apparently racially stereotyped various neighborhoods: Picket Report offered the
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