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Engage: Study says racial segregation in U.S. cities drops
A conservative research group said neighborhoods are now more racially integrated than any time since 1910.
January 31st, 2012
10:58 AM ET

Engage: Study says racial segregation in U.S. cities drops

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Manhattan Institute study: Residential segregation at historic low in American cities, but it's not the 'end of segregation' - USA Today

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