City-size Counts When it Comes to U.S. Racial and Economic Inclusion

Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018
Smaller cities in the United States have beaten heavyweights such as Miami, Dallas, and Atlanta to become more racially and economically inclusive, a report published on Wednesday found. A cluster of small cities such as Fremont and Santa Clara in California and Naperville in Illinois ranked top for their inclusion efforts, according to the Urban Institute, a nonprofit research organisation. Follow this link to read the complete story. Sourced from Place