Institutional and personal racism kept blacks segregated and paying artificially high prices for vastly substandard housing. This prompted an open housing movement when these photographs were taken in 1966-1967 in and near Chicago. This problem pervaded the nation. The last four photographs were taken as a group arrived and began demonstrating for open housing in a Chicago suburb. The Black Lives Matter Movement has revived discussions about this problem that was taking place more than a half century ago and before.