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
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Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum
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Working the garden in Washington Heights
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New research demonstrates that segregation can hurt all of us

May 27, 2013

New research done by UNC Charlotte's Harrison Campbell with Huiping Li and Steven Fernandez demonstrates that segregation hurts not only those segregated in the urban core but also those living in the suburbs and the rest of the city alike. Emily Badger of The Atlantic spoke with Dr. Campbell about how segregation stymies innovation and negatively impacts people across all socioeconomic classes. Dr. Campbell discusses how this phenomenon has taken shape and what possible solutions could be. The article can be found at the link below.

Why Segregation is Bad for Everyone