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Behind the White Picket FencePower and Privilege in a Multiethnic Neighborhood$
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Sarah Mayorga-Gallo

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9781469618630

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469618630.001.0001

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Creekridge Park in Black and Brown

Creekridge Park in Black and Brown

(p.94) Chapter 4 Creekridge Park in Black and Brown
Behind the White Picket Fence

Sarah Mayorga-Gallo

University of North Carolina Press

This chapter highlights events and experiences in the lives of the Black and Latino residents in Creekridge Park and compares them to narratives from White residents. It cites the similarities and differences in the ways of life of three groups. Furthermore, by presenting the voices of non-White residents, the chapter hopes to give a better understanding of the multiethnic space. The experiences of the non-White residents provide evidence for the ideological whiteness of this space.

Keywords:   White residents, multiethnic space, ideological whiteness, non-White residents, Creekridge Park

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