Diversity in Neighbourhoods

Adam Gopnik, recently quoted in the Globe and Mail, on New York City neighbourhoods:

“I like the collision of types. The problem with our neighbourhood is that you walk out your door and you see people largely like yourself.”

Racial divisions tracking income polarization

Class Warfare, they say…

Ethnic Enclaves in Toronto, 2001 — 2006

Toronto’s Disappearing Middle Class

Diversity in Neighbourhoods

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