Study: 93% Of Districts In Major U.S. Cities Unaffordable To Black Residents

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A new study has found that 93% of neighborhoods in America’s major cities were unaffordable to the majority of local Black residents, while the majority of affordable zip codes were “low-opportunity” neighborhoods. What do you think?

“Huh, I wonder if this evidence is representative of an issue that might be system-wide.” 

Gale Booker, Comfort Advocate

“I have to walk 10 blocks to get good pho, so nobody’s neighborhood is perfect.”

Hugh Adler, Systems Analyst


“If you know of a way to help Black people without helping the poor, I’m all ears.”

Orville Remy, Rule Aficionado