Metro segregation patterns, then and now

Here’s an interesting tool put together by Graham MacDonald, a research associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Center at the Urban Institute. Use the drop-down menu to find the metropolitan area you live in, and you can see how segregation patterns have changed between 1970 and 2012. In my hometown, St. Louis, it looks as though the northwest corner of the metropolitan area became more integrated, but otherwise, not much has changed. What about your town? (You might have to refresh the page to see the graphic.)

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