“We have to think about how the system might have enabled and co-operated in making it possible for some people to access high income neighbourhoods and to stay in those neighbourhoods, or operated to keep others out of those neighbourhoods. It’s not just individual choice. Many other structural things work in relation to choice," says professor and equity expert Carl James in an article titled Toronto is segregated by race and income. And the numbers are ugly in the September 30th issue of the Toronto Star.
Read the full article here.