It's got nothing to do with race and everything to do with economic class. You do NOT put public housing adjacent to middle class or upper class neighborhoods. It's fairly simple:
Racial segregation = bad
Economic segregation = reality
I couldn't care less what color my neighbor is, as long as he or she got to my neighborhood through individual effort, and didn't receive a handout courtesy of my tax dollars. Because if my neighbor didn't endure the same difficulties and hard work to get to my neighborhod, my neighbor is not going to appreciate it.
Where should these folks go? As I said earlier, there is plenty of room available within the city and close to existing public housing. If they don't have the wherewithal or time to organize, consider it a handicap of living in poverty.
We DESERVE nothing in life. We are entitled to what we EARN.
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