Unformatted text preview: 30 Years After the Fair Housing Act”, I found it very interesting that two-thirds of Blacks still live in the thirty most black populated metropolitan areas from thirty years ago. This shows that there has not been enough opportunity for the residents of those metropolitan areas to move. While the living conditions in many of those cities may have improved, I think it is irrefutable that this data proves the Fair Housing Act has not quite done all it was set out to. However, as Denton wisely pointed out, it is important to realize that we do not know what the housing statistics would be today had the Fair Housing Act not been passed. In conclusion, I for one would like to see more change in the positive direction for equality but still believe that this country has made advances to reach such goals....
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- Spring '14
- Demography, Civil Rights Act of 1968