Unformatted text preview: in our bigger, more prominent communities. It seems as if when we say any form of the word “equality”, race becomes the main focus. The color of the citizens isn’t what should determine whether we try to make a society more equitable. If a society functions so that every member has equal chance, then it is equitable. The fact is that not every citizen is able to live in every community, and not every community is going to be equal. It’s sad, but it’s the truth. If all members of a society like Over-The-Rhine are equal to each other, then I say that individual society is equitable, regardless of how it compares to other societies....
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- Spring '11
- Architecture, John Malloy, equitable societies, completely non-white areas, non-white lower class