Deconstructing Segregation in Syracuse? The fate of I-81 and the future of one of New York State's highest poverty communities

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Anthony Armstrong & Make Communities for The Poverty and Race Research Action Council (PRRAC)
In fact, Syracuse’s experience feels both unique and all too common for U.S. cities, particularly Great Lakes cities: federally sanctioned housing disinvestment; sprawling outward development; stagnating or declining and segregated population; fractured local government and school systems; and outdated infrastructure.
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