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Friday, March 18 • 1:45pm - 3:10pm
FR1.45.11 Race, Poverty and Continuing Urban Inequality

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Planned to Fail: Creating the Global South in American South Communities
William Holt, Birmingham-Southern College

The Geography of White Poverty
Sigmund Shipp, Hunter College; Lynn McCofmick, Hunter College; Mary Rocco, University of Pennsylvania

Unpacking the Racial Inequality in Place: Using Youth Perceptions to Inform and Address Racial Inequality in Neighborhood Environments
Samantha Teixeira, Boston College; Anita Zuberi, University of Pittsburgh

Stalled Progress: A Qualitative Examination of High School Students’ Racial Attitudes
Irina Chukhray, Rice University; Jennifer L. Bratter, Rice University

Critical Race Theory Comes Home To Roost: Disparate Treatment and the Management of Residential Segregation in U.S. Metropolitan Areas
Daniel Monti, Saint Louis University

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Irina Chukhray

PhD Student, Rice University
RESEARCH AREA: education and race

William Holt

Birmingham-Southern College

Sigmund Shipp

Hunter College


William Holt

Birmingham-Southern College

Friday March 18, 2016 1:45pm - 3:10pm PDT
Aqua 314