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Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter and a self-described Marxist, blasted the American housing market as a bastion of “white supremacy” just weeks after splashing out millions on a real estate portfolio, snagging four high-end homes worth an estimated $3.2 million. Cullors shared snippets from a National Public Radio documentary last week detailing the historical “racism” of the American housing market and suggesting that black homeownership — presumably including her own — was a way to “disrupt” white supremacy. The documentary, “We Hold These Truths,” the Daily Mail noted Sunday, addressed issues of structural racism within the American housing market and “looked at how black people have been systematically discriminated against by the real estate industry and government policy over decades,” and how black homeownership appears to have stagnated over the decades, despite significant efforts on the part of the federal government to press the issue and subsidize black home buyers.

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