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Creating Opportunity for Minority and Low-Income Families

by Raphael Bostic and Sheryl Verlaine Whitney

A Case for Choice: Looking at Connecticut

by Erin Boggs

Holistic Place Based Investments

by Nancy O. Andrews and Dan Rinzler

Prepare for Divergent Metropolitan Futures

by Rolf Pendall

 

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Discussion 9: Residential Income Segregation

The ninth discussion in The Dream Revisited analyzes segregation by income and debates the significance of the increasing isolation of the affluent. Read more >>

 

 

 

 

Discussion 8: Neighborhoods, Opportunities, and the Housing Choice Voucher Program

The eighth discussion in The Dream Revisited explores how the federal Housing Choice Voucher program can most effectively improve social, educational, and economic opportunities for voucher recipients. Read more >>

 

 

 

Discussion 7: Comparative Perspectives on Segregation

The seventh discussion in The Dream Revisited explores what can be learned by looking at racial and economic segregation through a comparative lens. Read more >>

 

 

 

 

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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