The Dream Revisited: The Stubborn Persistence of Racial Segregation

Research & Policy | December 16th 2016

The twenty-second discussion on The Dream Revisited, The Stubborn Persistence of Racial Segregation, explores the role of residential choices in sustaining segregation within American cities.

Essays in the latest discussion include: 

The Dream Revisited is a series of thoughtful debates related to racial and economic segregation in neighborhoods and schools. It is a project of the NYU Furman Center and edited by Ingrid Gould Ellen and Justin Steil. Past discussions have explored the poor door debate, implicit bias, furthering fair housing, economic segregation in schools, and segregation with the financial crisis

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The Dream Revisited is supported in part by a grant from the Open Society Foundations. If you have any comments or suggestions for future discussions, email us at [email protected].

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