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2007

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End Game: Understanding The Bitter End Of Evictions, Michael D. Gottesman Aug 2007

End Game: Understanding The Bitter End Of Evictions, Michael D. Gottesman

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Racial Residential Integration In Greater New Haven In The Post-Civil Rights Era, Tianna N. Terry May 2007

Racial Residential Integration In Greater New Haven In The Post-Civil Rights Era, Tianna N. Terry

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Equal housing opportunity for all people regardless of race has been the law in the United States for almost forty years. Nevertheless, racial residential segregation persists. This paper examines the extent to which fair housing laws and institutions have met their goal of promoting racial residential integration in Greater New Haven, Connecticut. For the purposes of this paper, Greater New Haven is defined as the fifteen towns and cities that comprise the South Central Connecticut Regional Council of Governments, which includes Bethany, Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Meriden, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford, West Haven ...