the impact of residential segregation analyzing institutional discrimination

Part 1

In Rethinking the Color Line), Douglas S. Massey highlights the persistence of residential segregation in American society. What does Massey mean when he states that “barriers to spatial mobility are barriers to social mobility”?

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How are patterns of segregation different for different minority groups? What are the consequences of these patterns for segregated communities and groups and for society as a whole? Discuss these patterns and suggest potential solutions to reduce residential segregation of minority communities.

Part 2

Select one of the news reports presented in this unit’s interactive Institutional Discrimination (PDF Attached) in the News, or discuss the Race on Trial film. In your discussion post, identify which report you chose, or if you chose to discuss the video, and then address each of the following questions:

• How do the report you chose or Race on Trial illustrate institutional discrimination?

• Connect the report or film to at least one other specific concept, theory, or issue of importance covered in this course, such as residential or de facto segregation, acculturation, primary or secondary structural assimilation, culture of poverty theory, modern racism, prejudice, stereotypes, or the urban underclass. Explain how the report or film demonstrates the concept, theory, or issue you chose.

• To what extent do your chosen report or Race on Trial address the consequences of institutional discrimination or potential solutions? Share your thoughts on what might be done to address such discrimination.