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Old Posted Oct 7, 2019, 1:54 PM
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I've noticed looking at race/income maps of Los Angeles that basically all of the remaining black neighborhoods (which basically run in a line from Baldwin Hills South/Southwest to the area around CSU-Dominguez) are wealthier than the Hispanic neighborhoods surrounding them - with some bordering on upper-middle class. It seems like in the case of Los Angeles black flight is basically exclusively poor black flight, and in another generation or so the remaining black population of LA will be almost entirely upper-middle class.
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