Dear White People: Moving To A Diverse Neighborhood Isn't Enough

In a recent WBUR Cognoscenti op-ed, Associate Professor of Sociology Emily Walton argues that many white residents of multiethnic neighborhoods don't recognize the role they must play in social change. White people living in racially and ethnically diverse neighborhoods, she argues, need to actively engage in integration in those neighborhoods by getting to know thier neighbors, patronizing local businesses, and keeping thier kids in the local schools.

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