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Title The geography of opportunity : race and housing choice in metropolitan America / Xavier de Souza Briggs, editor
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, c2005
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  363.599 G2923 2005    AVAILABLE    30500101206665
 人文社會聯圖  HD7288.76.U5 G46 2005    AVAILABLE    30610020209235
Descript xviii, 353 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Series James A. Johnson metro series
James A. Johnson metro series
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
More pluribus, less unum? : the changing geography of race and opportunity / Xavier de Souza Briggs -- Can we live together? : racial preferences and neighborhood outcomes / Camille Zubrinsky Charles -- How racial discrimination affects the search for housing / Margery Austin Turner and Stephen L. Ross -- The dual mortgage market : the persistence of discrimination in mortgage lending / William Apgar and Allegra Calder -- Expanding housing choice and integrating neighborhoods : the MTO experiment / John Goering -- Crossing borders and adapting : low-income black families in suburbia / James Rosenbaum, Stefanie DeLuca, and Tammy Tuck -- Beyond the projects : lessons from public housing transformation in Chicago / Susan J. Popkin and Mary K. Cunningham -- The persistence of segregation in government housing programs / Phillip D. Tegeler -- Connecting smart growth, housing affordability, and racial equity / Rolf pendall ... [et al.] -- The rise and fall of fair share housing : lessons from the twin cities / Edward G. Goetz, Karen Chapple, and Barbara Lukermann -- Fair housing and affordable housing advocacy : reconciling the dual agenda / Mara S. Sidney -- Equitable development for a stronger nation : lessons from the field / Angela Glover Blackwell and Judith Bell -- Politics and policy : changing the geography of opportunity / Xavier de Souza Briggs
"A multidisciplinary examination of the social and economic changes resulting from increased diversity and their implications for economic opportunity and growth given persistent patterns of segregation by race and class, offering both public policy and private initiatives that would respond to those challenges"--Provided by publisher
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Subject Discrimination in housing -- United States
Residential mobility -- United States
Housing -- United States
Housing policy -- United States
Low-income housing -- United States
Metropolitan areas -- United States
Alt Author Brookings Institution
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