Race matters (even more than you already think): Racism, housing, and the limits of The Color of Law’ challenges the conventional way racism is seen to impact urban housing in the United States of America. Instead, David Imbroscio offers an alternative conceptual framework, where he highlights the key role that racism plays in the very creation of market institutions, specifically impacting spatial practices and housing patterns. Read the full research article here.
Source: Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City, Taylor and Francis Online
Author: David Imbroscio