Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park
Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park
Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum
Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum
Graham Heights wins Graham Heights wins
Graham Heights wins
Working the garden in Washington Heights Working the garden in Washington Heights
Working the garden in Washington Heights
The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park
The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park
A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum
A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum

Mapping Segregation over Time

May 29, 2013

An interactive map application allows us to see how cities have changed over time with respect to segregation/integration. Graham MacDonald of The Atlantic compiled maps for 268 Metro areas from the work done by Sophie Litschwartz. The maps show the changes from 1970 to 2010 and take the dissimilarity index created by Litschwartz and apply it to the map. The dissimilarity index demonstrates how segregated or integrated a city is through a number between 0 and 100. 100 being totally segregated.

Mapping Segregation