Brian Thomas writes that America’s most segregated cities have been run by Democrats for generations.
Republicans, liberals insist, drive people apart whereas Democrats work to bring people together. So why is it that cities that have been controlled by Democrats for decades are so segregated?
A new study by Atlanta Black Star uses a “black-white dissimilarity” score to determine the ten most segregated major cities in the U.S.
In the census maps, red dots represent white people, blue represents black, orange represents Hispanic, green represents Asian, and yellow represents “other.”