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Segregation news and analysis from The Nation
October 9, 2020
Will Deeper Segregation Be Bill de Blasio’s Legacy?
New York’s “progressive” mayor is backing wealthy Manhattanites who want to show the homeless the door.
December 6, 2019
The Reasons Republicans Are Still Backing Trump
The party Trump has inherited is hell-bent on continuing America’s long tradition of racism and imperialism.
October 25, 2019
Our Town Is Broke. Should We Accept Investment From a Homophobe and a Tea Partier?
Another reader asks what they should do if a school integration plan causes “logistical mayhem” for their family.
September 9, 2019
Northern Ireland’s Schools Still Aren’t Integrated
But the province’s parents and teachers aren’t waiting for politicians to desegregate education. They’re doing it themselves.
August 8, 2019
Who Broke Baltimore? We Did.
Baltimore’s decline isn’t an accident. It took decades of government intervention and hundreds of millions of dollars.
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July 30, 2019
Letters From the August 12-19, 2019, Issue
Forgotten history… Debating Biden…
July 2, 2019
The Long and Grim Road to ‘Plessy v. Ferguson’
Steven Luxenberg’s new book offers a vivid account of the events that led to the ruling.
June 7, 2019
Madison Is a Lefty Town—Just Not for Everyone
The newly elected mayor of Madison, Satya Rhodes-Conway, wants to advance racial equity in the most segregated state in America.
June 6, 2019
When Joe Biden Collaborated With Segregationists
The candidate’s years as an anti-busing crusader cannot be forgotten—or readily forgiven.
February 26, 2019
Hollywood Is Still a Sundown Town for Black Representation
Yoruba Richen’s Green Book documentary captures the history and humanity missing from the Oscar-winning movie.
Aaron Ross Coleman