Kentucky Fair Housing Council makes <i>Time</i>

In an April 29, 6-page article concerning school desegregation, Time magazine referred to a study conducted by the Kentucky Fair Housing Council:

"School desegregation also leads to housing desegregation, not only by promoting tolerance but also, to put it bluntly, by making it impossible to avoid an integrated school by choosing where you live. According to a study by Louisville's Fair Housing Council, Jefferson County's school desegregation program reduced residential segregation to such an extent that by 1990, though only 17% of the area's residents were Black, a mere one-quarter of 1% of the population lived in a census tract without Black neighbors."