“In this community, it's an economic embargo. If banks were equitable, we wouldn't have a housing problem. We wouldn't have an unemployment problem. We wouldn't have a police problem."Standing in the lot of his auto wholesaling business, in one of the highest-minority and lowest- income neighborhoods in Dallas, businessman Robert Pitre told WFAA-TV how banks redline the minority community; denying the credit needed to buy a home or fund a business.