By Susan Welch, Lee Sigelman, Timothy Bledsoe, Michael Combs
This publication specializes in the influence of residential adjustments at the attitudes and behaviour of African-Americans and whites. Will whites' attitudes approximately blacks and blacks' attitudes towards whites swap in the event that they live in built-in neighborhoods instead of except each other? Are black suburbanites likely to percentage the perspectives in their fellow white suburbanites or in their fellow African-Americans within the valuable urban? Will residential integration and new styles of race within the suburbs holiday down divisions among blacks and whites of their perspectives of neighborhood public prone? those are the crucial questions of this e-book.
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But is this potential actualized? Are these residential differences also apparent in attitudes about race and about members of the other race? These are the issues we set out to explore. In estimating the effect of the racial mix, we take account of the demographic differences among residents of different sorts of neighborhoods. We also discuss, at relevant points, the possibility that individuals with different attitudes toward those of the other race choose different residential settings as a consequence - in other words, that racial attitudes are a factor in determining where people live rather than, or in addition to, being shaped by residential location.
Detroit's black community grew slowly through the 19th century, largely on the east side of the city, and developed a rich variety of churches, schools, and literary, social, and benevolent organizations. Nonetheless, the black population before World War I totaled only 6,000. Indeed, blacks remained a predominantly rural, southern population through the 19th century, although both blacks and whites began migrating to cities after the Civil War. Still, more than 90% of all blacks lived in the South at the turn of the 20th century, and in 1910 only 27% of blacks lived in cities, as compared with 49% of whites (Price, 1969: 11).
H. Sweet, from moving into a white neighborhood. After gunfire killed a white member of a mob gathered around the house, Dr. Sweet, his brother, and some friends were arrested and charged with murder. S. Supreme Court. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) persuaded the most prominent defense attorney of the time, Clarence Darrow, to defend Sweet. After 46 hours of deliberation, the jury deadlocked, thus freeing the defendants. Later, Sweet's brother was prosecuted again but acquitted (Franklin, 1967: 484; Widick, 1989: 5-22).
Race and Place: Race Relations in an American City by Susan Welch, Lee Sigelman, Timothy Bledsoe, Michael Combs