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Keeping Races in Their Places: the dividing lines that shaped the American city

More than fifty years after the passage of the Fair Housing Act, American cities remain divided along the very same lines that this landmark legislation explicitly outlawed.

Homelessness Is a Housing Problem: How Structural Factors Explain U.S. Patterns

With rigor and clarity, Homelessness Is a Housing Problem explores U.S. cities' diverse experiences with housing precarity and offers policy solutions for unique regional contexts.

The Color of Law

The Color of Law offers "the most forceful argument ever published on how federal, state, and local governments gave rise to and reinforced neighborhood segregation"

Perspectives on Fair Housing

The essays in this volume address how residential segregation did not emerge naturally from minority preference but rather how it was forced through legal, economic, social, and even violent measures.

The Dream Revisited: Contemporary Debates about Housing, Segregation, and Opportunity in the Twenty-first Century

The Dream Revisited brings together a range of expert viewpoints on the causes and consequences of the nation's separate and unequal living patterns.

Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership

Narrating the story of a sea-change in housing policy and its dire impact on African Americans, Race for Profit reveals how the urban core was transformed into a new frontier of cynical extraction.

The Lines Between Us: Two Families and a Quest to Cross Baltimore’s Racial Divide

This eye-opening account of how a city creates its black and white places, its rich and poor spaces, reveals that these problems are not intractable; but they are designed to endure until each of us--despite living in separate worlds--understands we have something at stake.

How Public Policy Impacts Racial Inequality

Brings together scholars of political science, sociology, and mass communication to provide an in-depth analysis of race in the United States through the lens of public policy.

Why are US Cities Still So Segregated?

Housing Segregation and Redlining in America: A Short History


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