Subtitle: Racial and Ethnic Diversity and Change in the South Bend-Mishawaka Metropolitan Area. Photocopy of a report to the South Bend Human Rights Commission entitled, "Analysis of the Impediments to Fair Housing: Racial and Ethnic Diversity and Change in the South Bend ‐ Mishawaka Metropolitan Area," written by Timony Kenny and Richard Lamanna. The report is a, "comprehensive examination of the history of racial and ethnic segregation of African American, Hispanic and Asian residents of St. Joseph County over the last half century." Contains detailed information on issues of housing among different communities in South Bend and Mishawaka from 1960 through 1990.
ANALYSIS OF THE IMPEDIMENTS TO FAIR HOUSINGRACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND CHANGE IN THESOUTH BEND - MISHAWAKA METROPOLITAN AREATlMOTHY J. KENNYRICHARD A. LAMANNASOUTH BEND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONRACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND CHANGE IN THESOUTH BEND - MISHAWAKA METROPOLITAN AREATimothy J. KennyRichard A. LamannaA Report to the South Bend Human Rights CommissionNovembcr 1996ContentsExecutive SummaryAcknowledgementsList of MapsList of FiguresList of Tableslntroduction : An Overview or Residential Segregation in American SocietyChapters1. Ethnic Diversity and Residential Segregation in St. Joseph County2. South Bend A. Blacks B. Hispanics C. Asians3. Mishawaka A. Blacks B. Hispanics C. Asians4 The Surburban Ring A. Blacks B. Hispanics C. Asians5 . Summary and Conclusions6. RecommendationsReferencesAppendix A - Methodology of Segregation IndexB - MapsC - FiguresD - Tables Executive SummaryA comprehensive examination of the history of racial and ethnic
Lamanna, Richard A. and Timothy J. Kenny
South Bend Human Rights Commission
Civil Rights and African American History
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Discrimination in housing--Indiana--South Bend
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