Systemic Inequality: Displacement, Exclusion, and Segregation | Center for American Progress

August 08, 2019
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On August 8 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Goodbye to Chocolate City, was cited by a Center for American Progress report, Systemic Inequality: Displacement, Exclusion, and Segregation:

Nowhere are the effects of gentrification more noticeable than the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Between 1970 and 2015, Black residents declined from 71 percent of the city’s population to just 48 percent.

Read more: Systemic Inequality: Displacement, Exclusion, and Segregation | Center for American Progress

Related: Goodbye to Chocolate City | D.C. Policy Center

 

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