tballardbrown:

Via Michael J. Petrilli at the Fordham Institute’s Flypaper education blog comes a list of the 25 U.S. Zip codes which saw the greatest gain in white population share from 2000 to 2010.
In the absence of 2010 economic data, which is yet to be released, Petrilli uses the relative change in white population to gauge the impact of gentrification.
Three of the top 25 are in D.C. — only Brooklyn, N.Y., with four zips, is more represented on the list. 
(via D.C. has three of America’s most-whitened zip codes - District of DeBonis - The Washington Post)
Photo: Jeffrey Porter - For The Washington Post


Gentrification.

tballardbrown:

Via Michael J. Petrilli at the Fordham Institute’s Flypaper education blog comes a list of the 25 U.S. Zip codes which saw the greatest gain in white population share from 2000 to 2010.

In the absence of 2010 economic data, which is yet to be released, Petrilli uses the relative change in white population to gauge the impact of gentrification.

Three of the top 25 are in D.C. — only Brooklyn, N.Y., with four zips, is more represented on the list. 

(via D.C. has three of America’s most-whitened zip codes - District of DeBonis - The Washington Post)

Photo: Jeffrey Porter - For The Washington Post

Gentrification.

(via npr)

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    Of course Portland made the list :/
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    Everytime, my family and i travel together to DC…my parents always comment on the fact that black neighbors are slowly...
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    I lived in 11206 (Bed Stuy, Brooklyn) and live in 20001 (Bloomingdale, DC) [obviously not the only two neighborhoods...
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    Wow I was just talking about this the other day with my mother.
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    interesting.