Segregated, really segregated, or ultra-segregated?

Anti-Discrimination Center
May 3, 2018


Released on the heels of the 50th anniversary of passage of the Fair Housing Act, these maps allow in depth looks, down to the block level, of current residential housing segregation. In the words of the Anti-Discrimination Center’s executive director:

“While it is certainly true that much progress towards integrating different communities has been made since 1968, the sad truth is that, when you’re examining residential segregation in the United States 50 years on, areas of pronounced segregation persist all over the country.”


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