Why Haven't We Made More Progress in Reducing Segregation?

by Margery Turner

Economic Segregation of Schools is Key to Discouraging Integration

by Micere Keels

Exclusionary Zoning & Fear: A Developer's Perspective

by Jon Vogel

How Do We Reconcile Americans' Increasing Interest in Residential Diversity With Persistent Racial Segregation?

by Camille Z. Charles

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Discussion 2: Economic Segregation in Schools 

The second discussion in The Dream Revisited explores economic segregation within our schools and argues for its continued relevance today.  Read more >>



Discussion 1: Why Integration? 

The first discussion in The Dream Revisited asks what we mean by "integration" and why it may be a necessary strategy to achieve racial and economic equality.  Read more >>





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