2006 Fair Housing Trends Report

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Even as a growing U.S. population becomes more diverse, our communities remain highly racially and ethnically segregated, and segregation continues to extract a high price in economic and societal terms. Segregation in our neighborhoods and communities weakens the overall infrastructure, results in a drain on the tax base and minimizes the capacity of local officials to provide essential services to their community. The hazards of segregation illuminate the meaningful significance of ensuring equal treatment and promoting integrated neighborhoods.