Segregation by The Numbers

Brief

Segregation by The Numbers

Commentary
May 1, 1997

Abstract

[Washington Post] Poor blacks are four times more likely than the non-black poor to live in the District and 14 times more likely to live in a neighborhood with a high concentration of poverty.
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