Rethinking the Integrative Ideal: Housing, 33 McGeorge Law Review 459 (2002)
Nobody talks about racial integration anymore. Is it because we don't believe in it? That we never believed in it? Is it because whites think that AfricanAmericans have turned their backs on the integrative ideal? Have blacks endured too many acts of racism to trust even the most sincere white avowals of commitment to a shared destiny in America? Is integration, in our increasingly multi-racial versus bi-racial society, too conceptually and logistically challenging? Or are we just all worn out? I think the answer is probably all of the above.
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Days, Drew S. III, "Rethinking the Integrative Ideal: Housing" (2002). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1468.