“The Hidden Impacts of Segregation in Ozaukee County, “ Reginald Jackson
This sermon/presentation focuses on the history and long-term processes that artificially created segregation in America, taking a close look at the demographics of our region. We will learn how we differ from similar highly-segregated metropolitan areas such as Chicago and Detroit. Finally we will analyze the negative impacts of this segregation and how each of … Continued
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