Alton Sterling. Philando Castile. Terence Crutcher. Keith Lamar Scott. Those are just a few of the many Black men that were killed by police officers this year. While some may have been justified, others not so much, nobody deserves to die at the hands of the people that vowed to protect and serve us. I […]
Credit/Read More: The One Lesson We Need to Teach Our Black Sons in 2016 — It’s A Black Girl Thing
Of the 28.7 million black Americans living in the nation’s largest metropolitan areas, nearly one-quarter reside in segregated neighborhoods — where at least 80% of residents are black. People living in urban areas are even more likely to be isolated, with 44.4% living in homogeneous neighborhoods, where the vast majority of residents have the same skin color or ethnicity.
read more: America’s Most Segregated Cities | Source: Huffington Post