Thursday, April 11 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM · Lone Star G

Session 56
Racial Inequality in the United States

Chair: Christina Bijou, The Ohio State University
Discussant: Stephan Lefebure, American University
Discussant: Davon Norris, The Ohio State University

1. The Myth of the Black Middle Class Exodus: Where the Black Middle Class Has Lived, Invested, and Engaged From 1960 to 2015Junia Howell , University of Pittsburgh; Candice Robinson, University of Pittsburgh.

2. Measuring “Context” When Studying Racial Identity and Family Decisions Among Mixed-Heritage People in the United StatesCarolyn A. Liebler , University of Minnesota; Christopher Levesque, University of Minnesota; Miri Song, University of Kent.

3. Hispanic Population Redistribution and Black-White Inequality: Changing Demographics, Changing Social Positions?Heather O'Connell , Louisiana State University; Christina Diaz, University of Arizona.

4. Race, Socioeconomic Status, and the First Public Housing Residents of the United StatesDavid Van Riper , Minnesota Population Center; Ryan Allen, University of Minnesota; Scott Dallman, University of Minnesota; Angira Mondal, University of Minnesota.

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