By Henry-Louis Taylor, Jr.
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This evening my presentation focuses on the enduring significance of racial residential segregation and its relationship to the underdevelopment of Black communities. It consists of two parts. The first part examines the interaction among land valuation, racial residential segregation, and the underdevelopment of Black neighborhoods. The second part focuses on intervention and strategies for developing Black communities while simultaneously dismantling racial residential segregation.