1.3.5 Case study: Johannesburg
1. Opening: Global segregation
Next Rūta talks to Richard Ballard and Christian Hamann, researchers form the University of Johannesburg. Johannesburg is by far one of the most segregated cities in the world. The local experts will explain why apartheid policy continues to shape urban space. You will learn that race-based inequality shifts into class-based inequality, but this does not reduce levels of segregation in the city. According to Richard and Christian, inequality and segregation in Johannesburg will remain very high for a long time to come.
This video is a bit longer, but definitely worth watching!
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