Residential Segregation

Two brick homes next to each other with for sale signs on their front gates

New Book 'Cycle of Segregation' Examines How Invisible Forces Reinforce Housing Inequity

Colorlines talks to authors Maria Krysan and Kyle Crowder about how invisible forces, such as social networks and personal experiences, contribute to residential segregation.

READ: A Brilliant Breakdown of Baltimore's Segregation

The new issue of Baltimore City Paper paints the picture of Baltimore’s deep and multifaceted segregation. 

Melissa Harris-Perry: "Be Very Afraid" of Race Case Before Supreme Court

Housing has always been ground zero in battles to dismantle segregation in the United States.

How Residential Segregation Still Divides St. Louis

Private prejudices and public policy made Ferguson, Richard Rothstein says.