Inequality and diversity in the post-world war 2 metropolis (New Orleans) Name: Professor: Institution: Course: Date: Introduction To start with New Orleans is one of the American cities found in Luciana state found near the famous Gulf of Mexico. New Orleans has gone through some processes in its economy. One starting all the way from the 2nd world in the 1940’s to the hurricane Katrina that occurred in the year 2005 and up to date these said events are considered a developmental process which has impacted the wellbeing of this said city to date. In every of these events New Orleans city has been incurring damages as well as benefits considering the fact that you individuals will have either flee the city and at some point come in in either of the events. Both of this processes have an impact as far as inequality and diversity are concerned. Inequality at 60000 in New Orleans. To date a huge number of African American homes have remained abandoned making New Orleans the 2nd just after Atlanta regarding economic inequality rating. These two processes are similar because after each of the events we can see that the economic gaps tend to increase leading to inequality as well as diversity. On the other hand they differ from one another by time frame as well as the resulting factors. This is for instance after the hurricane Katrina we can see that the blacks were fleeing from their residents due to the effects of the storm Katrina while after the second world war African Americans were moving in from the south to the different industrial areas in the united states in such of jobs as well as housing. References Short John R. The urban order: An introduction to cities culture and power. Blackwell Publishers 1996. http://www.economicsandethics.org/2011/10/how-economic-inequality-harms-societies.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ7LzE3u7Bwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqNrqmjqbgIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7lfizGb8WY [...]
New Orleans has gone through processes which create “inequality and diversity” not only in the period after the second World War, but also after Hurricane Katrina. How were these processes similar and how did they differ during each time frame? Research your text thoroughly in providing your answer. In particular, chapter 9 uses the terms institutional ghettos, informal economy, jobless ghettos, deinstitutionalization, gentrification, and ethnic enclaves when discussing these post WWII processes. Be sure to use these terms appropriately in your answer.