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Neighborhood characteristics associated with access to patient-centered medical homes for children. Detroit Public Schools From its New Deal inception and especially during and after World War II, federally funded public housing was explicitly racially segregated, both by federal and local governments.
Relocation to stable and integrated neighborhoods was not provided; in most cases, housing quality for those whose homes were razed was diminished by making public housing high-rises or overcrowded ghettos the only relocation option Hirsch,pp. Black labor and the American legal system.
Health indicators for preadolescent school-age children.