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Mapping Segregation in America At Home and Work

by Michael McLaughlin
Colored 3D map showing that cities are more diverse during the day.

Vox has created several data visualizations showing that the neighborhoods Americans live in are more segregated than the communities in which they work. For example, an interactive map shows that people in cities such as Washington, D.C. mostly live in segregated neighborhoods even though they work in relatively diverse downtowns during the day. The visualizations also demonstrate that neighborhood segregation is increasing.

Take a look.

 

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