white-flight

VIDEO: The Disturbing History of the Suburbs via Adam Ruins Everything

October 8, 2017 // 0 Comments

If you’re looking for a way to explain the long lasting effects of systemic racism (at least in terms of housing and poverty), watch the Adam Ruins Everything episode clip on REDLINING. I like to remind kids that when talking about race, the purpose is not to make someone feel guilty and implicit, it is to make people understand the roots of socio-economic disparities, and to see how white-privilage already places some at an advantage even before they are born. [...]

NEWS via Mlive.com: ‘I used to live here’: Saginaw’s Steep Population Drop hits Neighborhoods

February 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

Keyterms: Population Geography, urbanization, deindustrialization, out-migration, white-flight, redlining, push factors, Urban Geography, Economic Geography, Development, Blight, Industry, Manufacturing, secondary economic activity. (¯`·._.·(¯`·._.·(¯`·._.· Article Below ·._.·´¯)·._.·´¯)·._.·´¯) ‘I used to live here’: Saginaw’s steep population drop hits neighborhoods By Mark Tower | mtower@mlive.com on January 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM, updated January 26, 2014 at 11:17 AM SAGINAW, MI — Former Saginaw City Manager Darnell Earley often said his job was one of “managing decline.” In just five decades, the city’s population dropped from nearly 100,000 in the 1960s to fewer than 52,000 by the 2010 census. To say it another way, Saginaw lost 48 percent of its residents during the last 50 years. The reasons for the decline are many, and the impact of the outbound migration is still felt today. This week, The Saginaw News takes a look [...]
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