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Separate and Unequal: The Neighborhood Gap for Blacks and Hispanics in Metropolitan America
John R. Logan (ed)
This report is based on data from the 1990 and 2000 Census of Population. All racial groups in every major part of the country experienced improvements in their incomes and in the prosperity of their neighborhood. But analysis of Census 2000 data reveals that a decade of widespread prosperity did not yield greater income or neighborhood equality for blacks and Hispanics. This report assesses where the country was at the beginning of the new century in terms of long-standing economic inequalities between racial and ethnic groups. Because more recent data show that all groups lost ground in the 2000 recession, the report sees little hope of changing the persistent pattern of “separate and unequal” for America’s black and Hispanic families. Tables.
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