The 10 most segregated urban areas in America

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No. 1: Milwaukee


Community Village‘s insight:


In 1954, Brown vs. Board of Education said that school segregation is illegal and unjust, yet we still have school segregation in 2014.


I didn’t see purple on the maps. Maybe due to the fact that Amerindians make up less than 1% of the U.S. population and they are not so much in ‘urban’ areas, but instead segregated on reservations.


It will also be interesting in future analysis to see the constant public confusion between the terms American Indian (heritage from the Americas), verses Indian American (heritage from India).



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