The Craig Fahle Show

Are Some Suburbs Still Segregated?

Monday, January 26, 2013

Between 1890 and 1968 thousands of "sundown towns" existed in the United States, which strictly prohibited African Americans from living within their borders. James Loewen, author of "Sundown Towns A Hidden Dimension of American Racism," discusses his book and whether or not some suburbs still exclude nonwhites.

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