Ann Moss Joyner: Municipal Exclusion of Dense Minority Communities

Professional Planning Colloquium

Ann Moss Joyner is cofounder of the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities, a research and technical assistance nonprofit known for applying GIS mapping skills to the analysis of racial discrimination. Joyner received her B.A. from New College and her M.B.A. from the UNC-Chapel Hill. Joyner is coauthor of "Minority Exclusion in Small Town America" in Poverty and Race; "Racial Apartheid in a Small Southern Town" in the Review of Black Political Economy; and "Standards for Extending Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction: Written in Black and White?" She is currently coinvestigator on an National Institute of Child Health and Human Development grant, "Racial Segregation in Small Southern Towns," examining the nature and effects of racial segregation created and maintained by the local political geography and developing alternative spatial measures of segregation incorporating the political geography.

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