"Milwaukee, Detroit, and Syracuse, N.Y., were among the most segregated, all part of areas in the Northeast and Midwest known by some demographers as the 'ghetto belt,'" according to the Associated Press. "On the other end of the scale, cities that were least likely to be segregated included Fort Myers, Fla., Honolulu, Atlanta and Miami."That job creation he's promising best come quick.
It isn't that the North, which has lagged behind the South and West in integration rates, has dramatically different attitudes on race. Rather, new housing and job opportunities [emphasis added] in the South and West have helped to spur integration there.
Posted by Steve S at 6:26 AM
While most of the nation sees an decrease in segregation, Milwaukee gets worse: