Reports reveals the most—and least—inclusive urban revitalization in the U.S.

The Bush Recession of 2008 forced many American cities to revitalize their economies. But not all did it in an equitable, inclusive manner.

A new study from nonprofit Urban Institute titled “Inclusive Recovery in U.S. Cities” reveals which cities prioritized inclusion in their economic rebuilding efforts.

Researchers created indices for the most populated 274 cities in the United States.

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