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Boston Settles Minority Housing Lawsuit

October 05, 1989|From Associated Press

BOSTON — The NAACP will drop its lawsuit against the Boston Housing Authority under a settlement signed Wednesday that could cost the city $3 million for alleged housing discrimination.

The largest group of public housing discrimination victims eligible for up to $2,500 each in damages includes 1,058 families who applied for apartments in predominantly white developments over the last decade, but were not given minority preference.

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