Reynolds Farley - Honors, Media, and Features

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Farley comments on economic impact of Census undercount in Detroit, Michigan during COVID-19

Farley writes: "100 years ago, Congress threw out results of the census." Could history repeat itself in 2020?

Smock and Farley remark on the record low birth rate in Michigan

Farley discusses how smaller cities can revive their economies and populations by appealing to young professionals

Farley comments on aspirations of young college grads with creative and tech skills

Farley says black-white residential segregation is decreasing in the country's largest cities

Farley suggests how the University of Michigan might celebrate its history of diversity at its bicentennial

Work by Couper, Farley et al. shows impact of racial composition on neighborhood choice

Farley says high integration contributes to cautious optimism on race relations among Detroiters

Farley says current black-white neighborhood integration unexpected in the 1960s

Farley on employment prospects for Detroit residents in booming downtown

Farley on new strategies for city insolvencies in Michigan

Detroit-related work by Farley and Morenoff covered in fall 2015 Ford School magazine

Farley's study of Detroiters' views on neighborhood racial composition illustrates ambiguity of term 'diversity'

Farley says Detroit's tax base must be expanded for the city to rise from bankruptcy

Farley looks at why so many Michigan metro areas have fallen into emergency-manager status

Farley says lack of tax base will keep Detroit down

Farley interviewed on what's gone wrong in Detroit and how Michigan is dealing with it

Farley comments on Michigan residents' low 'well-being'

Farley comments on "black flight" from Detroit and other rust belt cities

Farley's Detroit website referenced in NYT piece on Santorum's visit to city

Farley and Frey question new findings on urban racial residential segregation

Farley's 2011 Contexts article on residential segregation discussed in Jan/Feb 2012 Utne Reader

Farley describes rise of Detroit's middle class in Atlantic story

Farley comments on challenge of identifying race in a highly multiracial society

Farley addresses poverty, potential for rebound, in Michigan - podcast

Farley sees job diversification sustaining Detroit's black middle class

Farley tells NPR that Michigan Central Station still inspires

Farley, Krysan, & Couper study role of race in neighborhood preferences

Farley finds fewer Americans self-identify as multiracial

Honors & Awards

Krysan, Couper, Farley and Forman receive ASA award for AJS article

Ren Farley receives MSA Award

Ren Farley wins PAA 2001 Robert P. Lapham Award

Announcements

PSC Researchers & Trainees presenting latest research findings at PAA 2019

O'Neil, Farley present work at Du Bois King Symposium on Race Relations and Economic Inequality

Institute for Social Research MLK 2001 Event: Collecting and Interpreting Race and Ethnicity Data: Census 2000 and Beyond


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