1. By 1940, how many Milwaukee County suburbs had used racially restrictive covenants in
land deeds to prevent non-white people from owning or leasing property?
a. All of them had the language
b. 16 of 18
c. 8 of 18
d. 1 of 18

2. Redlining is using a mapping system to deter lending agencies from issuing mortgages to
Black and immigrant families and was implemented as part of FDR's 1933 New Deal
housing police. What percentage of Milwaukee County's neighborhoods were redlined in
a. 8%
b. 19%
c. 24%
d. 49%

3. By 1962, the federal government had spent a total of $120 billion on new housing as part
of FDR’s New Deal. As a result of the effects of redlining and racially restrictive
covenants, how much of this went to non-whites who made up 11.4% of the population?
a. 2%
b. 5%
c. 12%
d. 20%

4. Nationally, in the eleven years following the passage of the 1944 G.I. Bill, almost 4 million
mortgages were co-signed by the Veterans Administration. How many of these were
made to the more than 1.1 million Black veterans?
a. 10,000
b. 30,000
c. 750,000
d. 1,000,000

5. Black Milwaukeeans were 8% of the population in 1960. To facilitate the construction of
Milwaukee's highway system in the 1960's, a number of families lost their homes. What
proportion of those displaced were Black?
a. 20%
b. 40%
c. 50%
d. 75%

6. Prior to the housing collapse and Great Recession that began in 2008, people of color
were disproportionately targeted with subprime loans. What percentage of Black and
Hispanic home buyers were issued these loans as their best option?
a. 30% & 0%
b. 40% & 20%
c. 50% & 40%
d. 70% & 50%