How Pennsauken, NJ, became one of the most successfully integrated community in America

    In the mid-nineties, faced with white flight and declining property values, residents of Pennsauken NJ set out to create a stable, vital and racially diverse community. Local residents HAROLD ADAMS and LYNN CUMMINGS who spearheaded the effort talk to guest host TRACEY MATISAK along with Penn historian TOM SUGRUE. Listen to the mp3

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