- Last week, Airbnb released its new anti-discrimination policies
- Norrinda Brown Hayat: Despite these new policies, Airbnb cannot fully prevent racists from using and abusing its platform
Norrinda Brown Hayat is the Director of the Housing & Consumer Law Clinic at the University of the District of Columbia's David A. Clarke School of Law. The opinions expressed in this commentary are hers.
(CNN)I would like to live in a world where Airbnb exists. When traveling, my family of four has outgrown 160 sq. ft. hotel rooms. My husband and I like being able to wake up in the morning and make our kids pancakes or toast a bagel, instead of having to rush downstairs to a pricey hotel restaurant or, even worse, order astronomically priced room service.