Nearly ten years ago, after the 2010 U.S. Census results came out, we did a deep-dive into the shifts in ethnic make-up of America’s cities.[…]
Why did we write this piece? Though black criminality in North America has always surpassed that of Euros, separating oneself from Afro neighbors was not difficult for the first 350 years of British North America / the United States. […]
The ‘Great Migration,’ waves of Afros moving from the South to the North, began in earnest in 1910, with its second wave after WWII (1945).
However, the flight of Euro-Americans out of the cities did not truly begin until Blacks were free to live where they pleased— the 1960s. Since then, a sort of merry-go-round has ensued: Whites, suffering under Afro dysfunction, flee to suburbs, only to be pursued by the Talented Tenth fleeing same. The latter are followed, as night follows day, by the Untalented Nine-Tenths, who promptly re-create the urban hellscapes they left behind. Euro-Americans are forced to pack up, and the musical chairs begin again. Section 8 vouchers have revved this carousel up to warp speed.[…]Who Is Fleeing Whom? — Those Who Can See