The Man­hattan Insti­tute reports that U.S. met­ro­pol­itan areas are now more inte­grated than any time since 1910. The migra­tion of African Amer­i­cans to the South, gen­tri­fi­ca­tion and immi­gra­tion have all con­tributed to the shift. Yet some argue the decline of seg­re­ga­tion does not mean racial inequality is obsolete.

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