In many parts of the US, Americans of different races aren’t neighbours – they don’t go to the same schools, they don’t always have access to the same services.

Source: www.bbc.com

This article is filled with good geography (and more specifically AP Human Geography) vocabulary.  Redlining, blockbusting, and racial covenants are all discussed as spatial process that have shaped socioeconomic and racial characteristics in American cities. 

 

Tags: neighborhood, urban, socioeconomic, racepoverty, spatialhousing.

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