An End To White Flight? White families are moving back into urban areas of metropolitan cities like Atlanta, Boston and San Francisco. But when whites move in, are blacks forced out? For more, NPR's Tony Cox talks about the pros and cons of gentrification with economist Keith Reed.
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An End To White Flight?

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An End To White Flight?

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White families are moving back into urban areas of metropolitan cities like Atlanta, Boston and San Francisco. But when whites move in, are blacks forced out?

For more, NPR's Tony Cox talks about the pros and cons of gentrification with economist Keith Reed. He's a business reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer and blogs for BET's finance site, Dollar Out of 15 Cents.

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