In dozens of cities across the country, lenders are more likely to deny mortgage loans to applicants of color than white ones.
Laura Starecheski is a senior radio editor for Reveal. Her radio work at Reveal has won a national Edward R. Murrow, a duPont-Columbia and a Peabody, among other awards. Previously, she reported on health for NPR’s science desk and traveled the United States with host Al Letson for the Peabody Award-winning show “State of the Re:Union.” Her Radiolab story “Goat on a Cow” won a silver award for best documentary from the Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, and SOTRU's “The Hospital Always Wins” won a national Murrow Award. She has been a Rosalynn Carter fellow for mental health journalism and a Knight-Wallace fellow at the University of Michigan. Starecheski is based in Philadelphia.
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