American segregation, mapped at day and night

American segregation, mapped at day and night

This was Levittown, Pennsylvania, shortly after World War II. In a suburb that explicitly promised a white-only neighborhood. And it wasn’t some outlier. It was the prototypical suburb, built by the father of suburbia — Bill Levitt — who created several suburbs around the US, …

News Now Stream 06/06/19 (FNN)

News Now Stream 06/06/19 (FNN)

go today hand always we are honoring the heroes. From Normandy France and Europe as well as allied forces so many from in the United States so young soldiers at eighteen nineteen years old. Going to fight. For that day and that day forward and …

Why Cities Are Still So Segregated | Let’s Talk | NPR

Why Cities Are Still So Segregated | Let’s Talk | NPR

Chris Rock: You know what’s so sad, man? You know what’s wild? Martin Luther King stood for nonviolence. Now what’s Martin Luther King? A street. And I don’t give a f*** where you at in America, If you on Martin Luther King Boulevard there’s some …