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What Are the Costs of Segregation?

by Mark Treskon
Segregation is associated with many negative effects. It concentrates social, economic, and environmental resources and hazards, and it harms people living in distressed and isolated…

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Mixed-Income’s Anticipated and Realized Benefits

Mixed-income housing and neighborhoods are commonly advanced as a method of alleviating the harms of concentrated poverty and achieving urban revitalization. A 2013 literature review, published in…

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Improving Economic Outcomes for Residents in Mixed-Income Developments

By Archana Pyati
In theory, mixed-income communities offer low-income residents a chance to move up the socioeconomic ladder, complete a high school and/or college degree, and lead healthier lives….

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In Mixed-Income Communities, Barriers To Youth Networks

Policymakers increasingly embrace the development of mixed-income communities in the United States. Justification for mixed-income development is often largely based on their potential to minimize…

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