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Washington D.C.– The Chocolate City may be no more as an analyst is predicting that Washington D.C. will not be a majority Black city come 2014. The nation’s capital is becoming wealthier and whiter.

According to the Brookings Institution research, the city’s proportion of black residents dropped from 59.4 percent to 52.7 percent, while the proportion of white residents grew from 27.8 percent to 33.3 percent.

Read more at NBC DC

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