When Racial Groups Self-Segregate and Its Effect on Schools and Neighborhoods

“Where can I live where there are no Black people?” It was nearly twenty years ago, I was working at the Nashville Chamber of Commerce when a lady preparing to relocate called to get demographic information. We had a delightful conversation about Nashville’s growth, how the cost of living was below the U.S average, and with two small babies of my own, I assured the potential newcomer that … Continue reading When Racial Groups Self-Segregate and Its Effect on Schools and Neighborhoods