America is More Diverse Than Ever — But Still Segregated

America is More Diverse Than Ever — But Still Segregated

Since 1990, more than 90 percent of U.S. metro areas have seen a decline in racial stratification, signaling a trend toward a more integrated America. Yet, while areas like Houston and Atlanta have undergone rapid demographic changes, cities like Detroit and Chicago still have large areas dominated by a single racial group. Read more at the Washington Post.

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