A new study by the Urban Institute says cities where residents are segregated by race and income are not as prosperous as more integrated cities. Kansas City is the fifth most economically segregated city in the study.
A new study by the Urban Institute says cities where residents are segregated by race and income are not as prosperous as more integrated cities. Kansas City is the fifth most economically segregated city in the study. Joyner;Chris (CMG-Atlanta) Urban Institute
A new study by the Urban Institute says cities where residents are segregated by race and income are not as prosperous as more integrated cities. Kansas City is the fifth most economically segregated city in the study. Joyner;Chris (CMG-Atlanta) Urban Institute

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May 01, 2017 11:19 AM

Kansas City is among the most economically segregated cities in the U.S.

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