Whether your landlord can evict you does not only depend on whether your rent is paid. Rather, it depends on other factors, such as whether you have materially breached your lease. To give you an example, if your lease states that you are not allowed to cause substantial modification to your residential unit, and your landlord finds out you have broken/removed the wall between a bedroom and living room, then your landlord could seek to have you evicted.
Your landlord cannot evict you solely because you are black. You should contact an attorney in your local jurisdiction to evaluate the particular circumstances of your situation.
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