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Westchester USA, Wall Street Journal
Holder wants to make sure you have black neighbors.
Keeping groups separate with “physical and political boundaries” maintains peace.
De Blasio has budgeted an extra $1.2 billion for the project.
Desegregation has not improved the performance of blacks.
Running Out of White Folks, Washington Times
Liberals want blacks to be surrounded by whites but can’t find enough.
Civil War on the Left, Part 8, PowerLine
Readers of The Nation are beginning to see the light, even if the magazine doesn’t.
Only 23 percent of blacks attend majority-white schools.
Resegregation in the American South, The Atlantic
Without court orders forcing it, integration is waning.
Schools with admissions criteria are being sued for “discrimination.”
. . . race riots that took place 93 years ago.
It charts Chicago’s transition from being 65 percent white to being 29 percent white.
. . . once they move out to the white suburbs.
73 percent of the city’s charter schools have less than 1 percent white enrollment.
The latest attempt at forced diversity at the University of Alabama.
Academic programs at white universities in Maryland must be sacrificed for “diversity.”
Freedom of association means self-segregation.
The New Way Towns Are Segregating Schools, DiversityInc
Baton Rouge whites want to escape a school district that is 80 percent black.
Says northern elites treat him worse than Southerners.
Flashmob Protests Sweep Across Brazil, Financial Times
Brazilian blacks use “racism” and “inequality” as an excuse for large, violent riots.
School bureaucrats cleverly kept $70 million a year flowing from the state.
Jindal: DOJ ‘More Interested in Skin Color’ than Education, Weekly Standard
The feds want to stop a voucher program that could lead to partial re-segregation.
The Pursuit of Racial Amity, Fred on Everything
When it comes to race, “Maybe a little less togetherness would better preserve the peace.”
Twenty-eight years after Apartheid, what is keeping South African blacks poor and unemployed?
Honoring Nelson Mandela, Huffington Post
George H.W. Bush praises Mandela’s “moral leadership, courage, and vision.”
At first they wanted a new school district. Now they want their own city.
Trevor Phillips doesn’t like the fact that races choose to live apart.
The Paradox of Diverse Communities, The Atlantic Cities
Study: “The more diverse or integrated a neighborhood is, the less socially cohesive it becomes.”
“You little turds better think twice going into my neighborhood.”
Israel’s Elections Bring ‘Racism’ to the Fore, Yahoo! News
An Arab judge has banned some of the Likud party’s “racist” ads.
US: Racial Policy in California Prison Riots Breaks Law, KCRA (Sacramento)
Justice Dept. says the state’s 200 annual segregation lockdowns are unconstitutional.
Judge wants some high-demand programs transferred from mostly white schools to HBCUs.
Four Decades of Failed School Reform, Washington Post
Long-time educator: Fad “reforms” never work and sometimes do harm.
Louisiana Republicans want to continue sending poor blacks to private schools.
But there’s no word of integrating the “historically black” fraternities and sororities.
White “racism” is to blame, of course.
Areas that appear diverse are still largely segregated by neighborhood.
Opposing “enlightened” policies like affirmative action is proof of “racism.”
40 percent of whites have no non-white friends.
Coming to a neighborhood near you: “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.”
They stand to lose tens of millions in highway funds if they defy federal authorities.
When whites leave the city there is no one left to pay for public goods.
Billions will be spent trying to diversify “high opportunity neighborhoods.”
Many Asian Americans Are as Segregated by Neighborhood as Latinos, Los Angeles Times
But LA Times says it’s OK for Asians to stick together.
“The community is a shadow of the country’s former mighty ruling class.”
Chicago Teachers Union president says whites are the ones paying for the schools–but not enough.