As a result of the actions and inactions of local government in the Baltimore metropolitan area, low-income public housing occupied by black families has been effectively confined to low-income black neighborhoods in Baltimore City, fostering a pattern of racial and economic segregation in the metropolitan area. The author examines the establishment of this cycle and considers the judicial and local and federal legislative means available to break it.
Weld, John B.
"Notes and Comments: Remedying Segregated Public Housing in Metropolitan Baltimore,"
University of Baltimore Law Review: Vol. 6:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.law.ubalt.edu/ublr/vol6/iss1/8