[The] suburban migration of Whites has been stimulated by the investment decisions of industrial corporations, banks, and developers and has been assisted by Federal Government subsidies for home mortgages and road building. In this uneven development process, capital flows to housing in the suburbs and away from housing development in the central cities. Moreover, the decentralized suburbs provide growing numbers of jobs for their mostly White population. These job and residential redistributions contribute to the racial polarization of metropolitan areas.
Id. at 83.
[A] landlord may refuse to rent to any Black because he thinks that there is a higher probability that a Black tenant may use the apartment to sell drugs. . . . The statistical discriminator does not disfavor minorities because of animus, but rather because experience, media reports, or other evidence, proves that, on average, minorities are less likely to possess certain desirable traits.