If we can harness the power of the Net for good--and we can, Batman, we can!--our invisible nonghetto
communities can become unified.
In New Haven, Connecticut, for example, funding was available for replacement of the Elm Haven high-rise with scattered-site public housing, to be constructed or acquired in nonsegregated neighborhoods; although suitable sites were identified promptly, many years elapsed without significant progress toward replacing the units.(85) As this example suggests, a principal obstacle to replacing units is opposition to having black public housing residents living in nonsegregated, nonghetto
(9)Leon Pettiway, "Mobility of Robbery and Burglary Offenders: Ghetto and Nonghetto
Spaces," Urban Affairs Quarterly, 18, 1982, pp.