21.06.2012 - U.S. housing market remains deeply segregated
The real estate market today reflects an ugly, if often forgotten, truth: Residential segregation in the U.S. is alive and well. Although that problem is commonly thought of as a relic of America's racially troubled past, a recent study shows that fewer black and white families are today moving into multi-ethnic neighborhoods. "We pay a lot of attention to this proliferation of multi-ethnic neighborhoods, but they are still only a small part of the overall inter-neighborhood mobility picture for blacks and whites," said Kyle Crowder, a professor of sociology at the University of Washington and lead author of the study..............................................Full Article: Source
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