Though it’s been more than 50 years since the Fair Housing Act of 1968 passed, housing discrimination is still alive and well. Often it happens in the field, with real estate agents shielding entire neighborhoods from prospective homebuyers with non-white sounding names, or only showing them homes in communities with people of the same ethnic background. Other times it’s systemic and a remnant of days gone by: the redlining, the blockbusting. To fight for fair housing, you have to know what housing discrimination can look like. The books and films below shed light on racism within housing and offer ways to help erase it from the system.