Racial Residential Segregation Measurement Project


U of M

    Reports about Racial Residential Segregation in 2000

Reports about Racial Residential Segregation in 2000

 

Ethnic Diversity Grows, Neighborhood Integration Lags Behind

http://mumford1.dyndns.org/cen2000/WholePop/WPreport/page1.html

 

            This April 2001 report, from John Logan and his collaborators at the Mumford Center at the State University of New York in Albany is the most important and comprehensive summary of changes in racial residential segregation in metropolitan United States from 1980 to 2000.

 

Segregating the Children

http://mumford1.dyndns.org/cen2000/Under18Pop/U18Preport/page1.html

 

            This May, 2001 report from John Logan and his collaborators at the Mumford Center at the State University of New York in Albany summarizes changes in the racial segregation of persons under age 18 from 1990 to 2000 in American metropolitan areas.

 

Choosing Segregation:  Racial Imbalances in American Public Schools: 1990-2000

http://mumford1.dyndns.org/cen2000/SchoolPop/SPReport/page1.html

 

            This January 2002 report from John Logan and his collaborators at the Mumford Center at the State University of New York in Albany summarizes changes from 1990 to 2000 in the racial segregation and isolation of students enrolled in the schools of 59 large metropolitan areas where the central city’s school system enrolled at least 25,000 and 2,500 African Americans in the 1989-90 academic year.  Racial residential segregation in public schools is compared to racial residential segregation in neighborhoods.

 

Hispanic Populations and Their Residential Patterns in the Metropolis

http://mumford1.dyndns.org/cen2000/HispanicPop/HspReportNew/page1.html

 

            This May, 2002 report from John Logan and his collaborators at the Mumford Center at the State University of New York in Albany describes the diverse components of the Spanish-origin population in metropolitan areas in 2000 and presents measures of the residential segregation of specific Spanish-origin groups from whites and from blacks in these metropolises.

 

Racial Segregation in the 2000 Census: Promising News

http://www.brook.edu/dybdocroot/es/urban/census/glaeser.pdf

 

            This April 2001 report by Edward Glaeser and Jacob Vigdor of the Brookings Institution describes changes in racial residential segregation in the 1990s and then presents a longer-run view emphasizing the decrease in the residential segregation of blacks from whites.

 

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