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Ryan Gabriel, Brigham Young University

The Neighborhood Attainment of Multiracial Individuals
When Sep 25, 2023
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Online via Zoom
Contact Name
Contact Phone 301-405-6403
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About the Seminar

As of 2020, the U.S. multiracial population is the fastest growing racial group. While the number of multiracial individuals has risen and is predicted to comprise a sizable share of the U.S. population in coming decades, our understanding is limited regarding how they operate in broader systems of racial residential stratification. Using data from 2005 to 2021 from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act linked to the U.S. Census, I assess the neighborhood attainment patterns of a broad group of multiracial individuals. The insights derived from this study have implications for our understanding of the persistence—and perhaps transformation—of the modern color line that has been reified by the spatial distribution of racial groups within metropolitan areas, and how we conceive of traditional theories used to explain racial residential stratification in an era marked by increasing diversity. 

About the Speaker

Ryan Gabriel

Ryan Gabriel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Brigham Young University. He received his PhD in Sociology in 2016 from the University of Washington. His research specializes in urban sociology, race and racism, and the legacies of racial violence. His recent scholarship focuses on the families of southern lynch victims during Jim Crow, African Americans’ socioeconomic outcomes throughout the Great Migration, and the neighborhood attainment of multiracial individuals.

Seminar Format

Location ONLINE VIA ZOOM: Zoom Registration Link  - online registration. Upon registration, you will receive an automatically generated email with the direct link for the seminar.

COVID-19 Information

MPRC public events for Fall 2023 will be a mix of in person and online via Zoom.  For in person events, all event attendees must follow current protocols

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