High-density development is not what is driving tenants out; in fact, new developments like this are slowing the rate at which tenants are pushed out.
In 1955, Emmett Till was brutally beaten, shot in the head, and sank in a river by white men. When his body was found days later, it was unrecognizable.
Generalized trust, or the general belief that most people in a society are trustworthy, is associated with a host of positive outcomes.
Forced segregation through exclusionary practices may ultimately hinder lower-income residents’ economic mobility and resiliency.