Blacks and Whites

April 1976
New Republic;4/10/76, Vol. 174 Issue 15, p2
Focuses on the race equations and the relations between blacks and whites of the United States. Dispute over intermingling of races in schools and busing; Charges of perpetuation of racial discrimination by locating federal subsidized housing units in black neighborhoods; References to court cases related to racial discrimination; Location of centers of employment in white dominated areas; Potential for altering traditional black-white city housing patterns.


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