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Airbnb Will No Longer Allow Listing for Slave Cabins 0

Airbnb says it will no longer allow people to rent out houses where enslaved people once lived, including on former plantations, the company said in an anti-discrimination report in December. According to Buzzfeed, Airbnb will ban listings of any residence on a plantation “if structures that existed during the time of slavery are still present on the property,” bar any structure that housed enslaved people and that was built specifically for that purpose, and prohibit renters from promoting “slavery-related features” as a selling point of a rental. Airbnb has reportedly removed at least 30 properties from their site, Buzzfeed says. Continue reading HERE...

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