Report Suggests 'End Of The Segregated Century'

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Jacob Vigdor, adjunct fellow, Manhattan Institute
Sheryll Cashin, professor of law, Georgetown University

The Manhattan Institute reports that U.S. metropolitan areas are now more integrated than any time since 1910. The migration of African Americans to the South, gentrification and immigration have all contributed to the shift. Yet some argue the decline of segregation does not mean racial inequality is obsolete.

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