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dc.contributor.authorCordova-Cobo, Diana-
dc.description.abstractThe article examines the experiences of Black and Latinx families across New York City to explore routes to prevention of cultural displacement as City schools undergo seismic demographic shifts as a result of gentrification. Diana Cordova concludes that we need racially just policies and research designed to truly integrate and stabilize racially and ethnically diverse schools.en
dc.publisherMetropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schoolsen
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dc.title“Diversity Without Displacement”: Lessons from Gentrification for Integration in a Changing Racial/Ethnic Contexten
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