Kennedy Orders End to Housing Discrimination

Moments In Civil Rights History

On November 20th, 1962, President John F. Kennedy issued Executive Order 11063, banning federally funded housing programs from discriminating against individuals on the basis of race. The order was designed to end the rampant racial prejudice influencing the loan decisions of government-backed organizations like the Federal Housing Administration.

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