The map below depicts the segregated nature of the Dallas Metroplex.
The teal/blue areas indicate high-income sections of the community. The red represent the low-income portions of this urban area.
While racial segregation does not play as negative a role in community life as it once did, still, it has been replaced by financial or economic segregation. And, that segregation accompanies a sharply divided community in racial terms as well.
Dallas is a divided, unequal, troubled community in terms of income distribution.
I've long said that it is the richest poor town in the US. In fact, Dallas is among the top 10 most income/resource divided cities in the nation. This reality affects every aspect of our community life.
You can read the entire report, including analysis of cities other than Dallas, here.