This article argues that the New York City Human Rights Commission, thirty years after the Civil Rights Movement, must continue to racially desegregate New York City. It portrays this time as critical for whether New York City, in the words of Dr. Martin King Luther Jr., will promote racial chaos or community. The article first outlines the incentives in promoting community. In part II, the article contemplates two major barriers to community and finally, considers strategies for dismantling those barriers.



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