CRSP Speaker says that racial inequalities can be a product of the neighborhoods in which we live



Racial inequalities can be more fully understood as a product of the neighborhoods people live in, according to a NYU sociology professor Patrick. T. Sharkey, who claims the effects of poverty multiply over successive generations. Sharkey addressed this issue in his December 3 lecture “A Multigenerational Perspective on Neighborhoods and Racial Inequality,” hosted by the Center for Race and Social Policy. Read more in the University Times.