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 The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein 

The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein 

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'If segregation was created by accident or by undefined private prejudices, it is too easy to believe that it can only be reversed by accident or, in some mysterious way, by changes in people's hearts. But if we—the public and policy makers—acknowledge that the federal, state, and local governments segregated our metropolitan areas, we may open our minds to considering how those same federal, state, and local governments might adopt equally aggressive policies to desegregate.'

 

Ever thought cities came to be 'naturally'? That schools, highways, and houses were placed where they are because that's what made the most sense? Think again. (and read this book)


 Radiolab presents More Perfect Podcast

Radiolab presents More Perfect Podcast

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 The Chi on Showtime

The Chi on Showtime

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