Tag: Demographics

  • HNBA January Meeting – Jan. 12, 7:00 PM

    On Tuesday, January 12th at 7pm, Join HNBA in welcoming: Liz Crotty on who is running for Manhattan DA Ruth McDaniels who is running to replace Bill Perkins on the City Council Valerie Bradley from the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance We hope you’ll be able to attend with questions for the candidates. For the Zoom link, subscribe to…

  • Black Demographic Increases and Decreases: 1990 – 2016

    Black New Yorkers have seen notable losses in population in Manhattan. The most intense increases occurred in southern Brooklyn and Queens, while the largest decreases have been seen in Downtown/Central Brooklyn and in Central Harlem. https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/hpd/downloads/pdfs/wwl-plan.pdf

  • Asian/PI Demographic Increases and Decreases: 1990 – 2016

    There have been incredible increases in the number of Asian (and Pacific Islanders) New Yorkers living in our city. While there are a few interesting places of decrease (note historic Manhattan Chinatown), the overall picture is one of significant growth. Queens and south west Brooklyn have had impressive increases. https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/hpd/downloads/pdfs/wwl-plan.pdf

  • Hispanic Demographic Increases and Decreases: 1990 – 2016

    Hispanic New Yorkers have been on the move since 1990. Downtown/Central Brooklyn and East Harlem have lost Hispanics while Queens, The Bronx, and even Staten Island have gained. https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/hpd/downloads/pdfs/wwl-plan.pdf Shop BLK http://uptowngrandcentral.org/guide

  • HNBA Holiday Party (tonight at 7pm)

    Let’s usher in the holiday season with a Zoom HNBA Party tonight at 7:00 PM. Subscribe to this blog: https://hnba.nyc/subscribe-to-the-hnba-blog/ to get the Zoom link and we’ll toast to the end of 2020 and (hopefully) light at the end of the tunnel in 2021. Since 1970 It’s interesting to see how New York’s ethnic/racial composition has changed…