Increasing segregation

Charles Blow lays out some statistics in his opinion piece in the NYTimes today. He focuses on the increasing segregation by class and race that US neighborhoods are experiencing, like “about 40 percent of white Americans and about 25 percent of nonwhite Americans are surrounded exclusively by friends of their own race.”

The associated infographic isn’t precisely about neighborhood segregation, but is also instructive, revealing differing perceptions of unfair treatment of African Americans.

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