This video is making national news, including on the Huffington Post and New York Daily News.
The HuffPost report is here.
The New York Daily News report is here.
Warning: This video is disturbing.
“As overall income inequality grew in the last four decades, high- and low-income families have become increasingly less likely to live near one another. Mixed income neighborhoods have grown rarer, while affluent and poor neighborhoods have grown much more common,” according to a new report by “US2010″ project.
“In fact, the share of the population in large and moderate-sized metropolitan areas who live in the poorest and most affluent neighborhoods has more than doubled since 1970, while the share of families living in middle-income neighborhoods dropped from 65 percent to 44 percent.”
The report is here.