Frey discusses decline in black-white segregation in large metro areas
"Black Segregation In US Drops To Lowest In Century" - NPR. 12/14/2010.
"It's taken a civil rights movement and several generations to yield noticeable segregation declines for blacks," said William H. Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution who reviewed the census data. "But the still-high levels of black segregation in some areas, coupled with uneven clustering patterns for Hispanics, suggest that the idea of a postracial America has a way to go."