Jump in, the water’s fine

Discussing “the end of white flight” from major cities including Boston, Seattle and San Francisco, with resulting proportional increases in whites, Wall St. Journal has this:

As neighborhoods grow more multicultural, conflicts over home prices, taxes and education are opening a new chapter in American race relations.

Welcome to Oak Park 30 years later.

Published by Jim Bowman

Jim Bowman covered religion 1968-78 for the Chicago Daily News, since then has written books, articles, etc., mostly on corporate history but also on religion. Longtime Oak Park, Illinois, resident, lives now on Chicago's North Side.

One thought on “Jump in, the water’s fine

  1. I think the race issue is actually more cultural- than color-based. I have more in common with people of any color who share my beliefs and background than I do with people who are my color, but who hate what I love.

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