All reports submitted by the County pursuant to Consent Decree are required to be publicly available, but neither HUD or its Monitor -- nor Westchester County -- has posted the latest one. ADC makes it available here.
A year after the Consent Decree was entered, Westchester shows every indication of its intention to continue to defy the lawful order of a federal court, and those with the governmental authority and responsibility to seek to vindicate that order have failed to do so.
Writing in The Nation, Patterson describes residential segregation as the "crucial source" of the still persisting "exclusion of blacks from the private sphere of American life." "Nowhere," he writes, "is the paradox of public integration and private exclusion better reflected than in the fact that America's most segregated places are its most liberal metropolitan areas, where blacks play major roles in public life."
"Perspective" column in the Westchester Journal News from ADC's Executive Director discussing the ways that Westchester manifests its contempt towards the consent decree it is legally obligated to obey, and the national significance of how that course of conduct is dealt with.