Good to Have

As seen on the windshield of a car in Harlem.

Note the old-school coiled cord, bulky handset.

Black Flight

The Atlantic has a great article on Black Flight – the movement of the mostly middle and upper-class Black urban residents to the suburbs after the Fair Housing Act of 1968 began to erode some of the barriers that kept Black Americans out of suburbia.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/09/black-families-leaving-cities-suburbs/671331/

The article provides a context for Black Flight and investigates how the loss of inner city-educated Black families profoundly impacted those left behind since the 1970’s.

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