Black residents in South Carolina could be in trouble of losing their homes as the state plans to widen a freeway interchange to help alleviate highway congestion in the area.
The response to Hurricane Florence survivors in one of North Carolina's worst-hit towns has reportedly ignored the Black community there.
William Frey, a demographer from Brookings Institute dubbed this cycle, “reverse migration.”
According to data from last year’s Census, the Black population in a number of Brooklyn neighborhoods like Fort Greene and Clinton Hill has decreased by one-third over the last decade. NY1 reports: The findings also reflect a trend in black migration to the suburbs. New York City’s black population declined by 2 percent. It is […]
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