Affluent Blacks' Exodus Transformed Cities

The exodus of middle-class black residents from cities has shifted the neighborhood profiles and social interactions in American cities.

Andrea Seabrook talks with Harvard sociology and social policy professor William Julius Wilson about what became of the cities when affluent blacks left.

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