"@bryanthomasphoto photographed a woman walking past a mural in East Flatbush last week. As officials work to expand the supply of affordable housing in New York City, the issue of residential segregation has received less attention. Highly segregated pockets exist in all 5 boroughs: Latinos in the Bronx and Manhattan; whites in Manhattan and on Staten Island; blacks and whites in Brooklyn; and Asians, blacks and Latinos in Queens. @nytimes asked residents in community districts with the highest concentrations of each group to tell us what it's like to live in segregated New York. Visit the link in our profile to read the interviews." By nytimes on Instagram.
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