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Friday, April 10 • 1:45pm - 3:10pm
FR1.45.04 Issues of Locational Attainment and Mobility

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Moderator: Mark Joseph, Case Western Reserve University

The Re-Emergence of the South: Black Locational Attainment in the Post-Civil Rights Era, 1970-2010
D Augustus Anderson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Neighborhood Trajectories of Low-Income U.S Households:
Kwan Ok Lee, National University of Singapore; Richard Smith, Wayne State University; George Galster, Wayne State University

Fostering Opportunities: How Place, Policy and Race Shape Intergenerational Mobility
Junia Howell, Rice University

Promoting a Geography of Opportunity in Accra: Drawing Lessons from the Poverty Deconcentration Experience in the US
Mark Joseph, Case Western Reserve University; George Owusu, University of Ghana; Isaac Arthur, University of Ghana

Should we Apprec8?: Understanding the impacts of Section 8 Vouchers on Neighborhood Housing Indicators in Louisville, KY
Wesley Meares, Georgia Regents University; John Gilderbloom, University of Louisville

Presenters
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D Augustus Anderson

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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George Galster

Hillberry Professor of Urban Affairs, Wayne State University
justice, beauty and the world
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Junia Howell

Rice University
MJ

Mark Joseph

Case Western Reserve University
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Wesley Meares

Georgia Regents University

Moderators
MJ

Mark Joseph

Case Western Reserve University

Friday April 10, 2015 1:45pm - 3:10pm
Windsor (2nd floor)