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Opportunity Insights
"Translating Research Into Policy Action to Increase Upward Mobility"
class  race  sociology  inequalities  Map 
october 2018 by oripsolob
The Opportunity Atlas
Could be connected to the Social Class Stations activity, adding the dimension of race.
Map  sociology  class  inequalities  race 
october 2018 by oripsolob
What happened to Chicago's Japanese neighborhood?
The reason Chicago's Japanese neighborhood disappeared is directly tied to a Chicago immigrant experience like no other. Japanese-Americans didn’t end up in Chicago of their own accord: The U.S. government forcibly resettled 20,000 of them to the city from World War II incarceration camps. And, as part of that effort, the government pressured them to shed their Japanese identities and assimilate into white society.

In this special Curious City presentation, we trace the history of Chicago's Japanese-American community, from World War II to today.
history  race  WWII  NPR  Podcast  inequalities  Map 
august 2017 by oripsolob
‘Stop-and-Frisk’ Is All but Gone From New York - NYTimes.com
The stop-and-frisk tactic was employed exhaustively, but not evenly. The police said they targeted high-crime areas, and in much of New York, the practice was little known. But in poor and minority neighborhoods, it became a part of everyday life. No longer.
inequalities  prisons  map  ais 
september 2014 by oripsolob
"Up in Arms": Tufts Magazine / fall 2013
THE BATTLE LINES OF TODAY’S DEBATES OVER GUN CONTROL, STAND-YOUR-GROUND LAWS, AND OTHER VIOLENCE-RELATED ISSUES WERE DRAWN CENTURIES AGO BY AMERICA’S EARLY SETTLERS
history  map  mythology  ais  west 
november 2013 by oripsolob
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