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Essays

Reflections on Segregation and Integration: A Swedish Perspective

by Roger Andersson

Reflections on Race and Equity: A Structural Perspective

by Glenn Harris

Why Not Compare?

by Chris McCrudden

 

Reflections on a Comparative Perspective Within the U.S.

by Dolores Acevedo Garcia

 

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Discussion 6: Implicit Bias and Segregation

The sixth discussion explores how implicit bias contributes to residential segregation and whether or not awareness of implicit biases can heighten a sense of moral urgency.  Read more >>

 

 

 

Discussion 5: Place-Based Affirmative Action

The fifth discussion explores proposals to re-imagine affirmative action by focusing on neighborhood disadvantage instead of race.  Read more >>

 

 

 

 

Discussion 4: Neighborhood Gentrification

The fourth discussion explores the relationship between gentrification, neighborhood integration, and public participation.  Read more >>

 

 

 

 

Discussion 3:Ending Segregation: Our Progress Today

The third discussion in The Dream Revisited asks why we haven't made more progress in reducing segregation.  Read more >>

 

 

 

 

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 whether it is a necessary strategy to achieve racial and economic equality.  Read more >>

 

 

 

 

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