The NAACP is partnering with Airbnb to get people in “communities of color” to rent out their extra rooms — in exchange for the civil-rights organization getting a 20 percent cut of the fees, the short-term rental service said Wednesday. The move is supposed to help Airbnb clean up its image following reports of racist...
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