Berkeley Planning Journal
Won't You Be My Neighbor? Race, Class, and Residence in Los Angeles By Camille Zubrinsky Charles
- Author(s): Perkins, Kristin L.
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/BP321112743
Residential segregation means that minorities often live in undesirable neighborhoods; yet where we live affects our economic opportunity, social networks, and quality of life. Camille Zubrinsky Charles's book, Won't You Be My Neighbor? Race Class, and Residence in Los Angeles, adds to existing research that has historically focused solely on black-white residential segregation by expanding the scope to include the residential preferences and racial attin_;des of native and foreign-born Latinos and Asians.