Facebook’s next project: American inequality

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How the news media distorts black families

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Giving poor families more choices in where to live can greatly improve health

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How segregation leads to racist voting by whites

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Public housing plays a huge role in racial segregation and inequality

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‘The 100th Nail in the Coffin’ for Integration in Westchester County

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Under Trump Party Planner, HUD Abruptly Ends Obama's Battle Against Segregation in Westchester

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GOV. MALLOY VETOES LEGISLATION AIMED AT WEAKENING AFFORDABLE HOUSING STANDARDS

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 GOV. MALLOY VETOES LEGISLATION AIMED AT WEAKENING AFFORDABLE HOUSING STANDARDS

(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he has vetoed legislation aimed at weakening affordable housing standards in the state, saying that the guidelines are necessary for spurring the creation of affordable homes in communities with good schools, jobs, transit access, and vital services.  At a time when the number of affordable housing units in the state has grown larger during the past several years than it has over the last several decades, state laws should be encouraging this continued growth, not moving in the opposite direction, he explained.

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Program to Spur Low-Income Housing Is Keeping Cities Segregated

Program to Spur Low-Income Housing Is Keeping Cities Segregated, John Eligon, Yamiche Alcindor and Agustin Armendariz, July 2, 2017, New York Times, available here

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