It’s probably no surprise to know that segregation in our cities is alive and well in 2011. Even though we have advanced our technology, our industry and our science, we as Americans/Human Beings, have made very little to any advancement in our domestic intelligence. As a nation we are still very much separate and almost as unequal as we were years ago. Sad, but true. Take some time to look around the neighborhoods we live in or travel to, or don’t live in or don’t travel to, and ask ourselves why we assimilate domestically they way we do, just food for thought.
So which cities made it on the Top 10 Most Segregated Cities In America list?
#10 Los Angeles, California
#9 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
#8 Cincinnati, Ohio
#7 St. Louis, Missouri
#6 Buffalo, New York
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