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Most of the cities here were selected because they have large populations of racial or other interesting groups, such as Asians or African Americans, and are indicative of the problems or strengths of such populations. Asian.population.city _city population_ see \doc\index\citypop.htm High Asian population, 1990 By Race, percent Honolulu HI W26.7 B 3.1 H 6.8 A63.0 NA 0.4 Monterey Park CA W11.7 B 0.5 H31.3 A56.0 NA 0.2 Seattle Rainier Vly W28.4 B29.4 H 4.3 A35.1 NA 2.8 San Marino W62.4 B 0.2 H 5.1 A32.1 NA 0.1 San Francisco W46.6 B10.5 H13.9 A28.4 NA 0.4 Cupertino CA W71.1 B 0.9 H 4.9 A22.8 NA 0.2 San Jose CA W49.6 B 4.4 H26.6 A18.7 NA 0.5 Seattle WA W73.7 B 9.9 H 3.6 A11.5 NA 1.3 Los Angeles City W37.3 B13.0 H39.9 A 9.2 NA 0.3 New York City W45.6 B26.7 H20.1 A 7.1 NA 0.3 High Asian school districts ---------------------------------------------------------- Hawaii?? San Francisco 94 W15 B19 H19 A47 N Somerset Elem Bell WA A30 Cupertino CA 94 A28 Lowell MA School 94 A28 Seattle WA 94 W41.3 B22.7 H8.0 A25.0 N3.0 Tenafly NJ 1990 W67.7 B 1.2 H4.3 A24.6 Renton WA 94 W40.3 B36.8 H3.0 A18.4 N1.5 Bellevue WA 94 W74.6 B 4.3 H3.6 A17.1 Fairfax Ct VA School W72 B14 H 8 A12 Asians often gravitate to the best school districts High Asian Schools ------------------- 50% Beacon Hill Seattle 28% Lindbergh HS Renton Washington 1997 20% Nesbit Atlanta @@Chinatown %%San Francisco SF CHINATOWN IS ONLY ETHNIC SLUM PACKAGED AS MIDWAY ATTRACTION http://www.indiana.edu/~oah/97program/cocks.htm d:\clip\97\04\ethslum.htm Other People's History: Ethnic Slumming in American Cities, 1890-1915 Catherine Cocks University of California, Davis %%Seattle linkMost of 2000 in Seattle Chinatown below poverty. @@city population - WBA are non-hispanic [[All d:\doc\94\2\uscity.wk1 - Summary of all US cities \doc\94\17\uscity10.wk1 - Cities over 100,000 by race \doc\96\06\uscity10.wk1 percentage of race From 1995 US Statistical Abstract / Census Bureau CD-ROM No. 46. Cities With 100,000 or More Inhabitants in 1990-- Population and Land Area [Population: As of April 1. Data refer to boundaries in effect on January 1, 1990. Minus sign (-) indicates decrease] 1990 ------------------------------------------- CITY 1980, Percent-- total ----------------------------------------- (1,000) NH White American Asian, Other Black Indian, Pacific Hispanic \2 Eskimo, Islander Aleut ------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- Abilene, TX 98 75.8 7.0 0.4 1.3 15.5 Akron, OH 237 73.3 24.5 0.3 1.2 0.7 Albany, NY 102 73.6 20.6 0.3 2.3 3.1 Albuquerque, NM 332 57.7 3.0 3.0 1.7 34.5 Alexandria, VA 103 63.9 21.9 0.3 4.2 9.7 Allentown, PA 104 81.8 5.0 0.2 1.3 11.7 Amarillo, TX 149 76.6 6.0 0.8 1.9 14.7 Anaheim, CA 219 56.1 2.5 0.5 9.4 31.4 Anchorage, AK 174 78.2 6.4 6.4 4.8 4.1 Ann Arbor, MI 108 80.3 9.0 0.4 7.7 2.6 Arlington, TX 160 78.3 8.4 0.5 3.9 8.9 Atlanta, GA 425 30.0 67.1 0.1 0.9 1.9 Aurora, CO 159 77.5 11.4 0.6 3.8 6.6 Austin, TX 346 61.2 12.4 0.4 3.0 23.0 Bakersfield, CA 106 65.3 9.4 1.1 3.6 20.5 Baltimore, MD 787 38.3 59.2 0.3 1.1 1.0 Baton Rouge, LA 220 52.7 43.9 0.1 1.7 1.6 Beaumont, TX 118 52.6 41.3 0.2 1.7 4.3 Berkeley, CA 103 57.5 18.8 0.6 14.8 8.4 Birmingham, AL 284 36.1 63.3 0.1 0.6 (Z) Boise City, ID 102 94.5 0.6 0.6 1.6 2.7 Boston, MA 563 58.0 25.6 0.3 5.3 10.8 Bridgeport, CT 143 44.3 26.6 0.3 2.3 26.5 Buffalo, NY 358 62.7 30.7 0.8 1.0 4.9 Cedar Rapids, IA 110 94.8 2.9 0.2 1.0 1.1 Charlotte, NC 315 64.6 31.8 0.4 1.8 1.4 Chattanooga, TN 170 64.5 33.7 0.2 1.0 0.6 Chesapeake, VA 114 69.8 27.4 0.3 1.2 1.3 Chicago, IL 3,005 37.3 39.1 0.3 3.7 19.6 Chula Vista, CA 84 48.6 4.6 0.6 8.9 37.3 Cincinnati, OH 385 60.1 37.9 0.2 1.1 0.7 Cleveland, OH 574 47.5 46.6 0.3 1.0 4.6 Colorado Springs, CO 215 80.6 7.0 0.8 2.4 9.1 Columbia, SC 101 52.6 43.7 0.3 1.4 2.0 Columbus, GA \3 169 57.2 38.1 0.3 1.4 3.0 Columbus, OH 565 73.8 22.6 0.2 2.4 1.1 Concord, CA 104 76.8 2.4 0.7 8.7 11.5 Corpus Christi, TX 232 43.5 4.8 0.4 0.9 50.4 Dallas, TX 905 47.0 29.5 0.5 2.2 20.9 Dayton, OH 194 58.0 40.4 0.2 0.6 0.7 Denver, CO 493 60.7 12.8 1.2 2.4 23.0 Des Moines, IA 191 87.7 7.1 0.4 2.4 2.4 Detroit, MI 1,203 20.4 75.7 0.4 0.8 2.8 Durham, NC 101 50.9 45.7 0.2 2.0 1.2 Elizabeth, NJ 106 38.0 19.8 0.3 2.7 39.1 El Monte, CA 79 14.2 1.0 0.6 11.8 72.5 El Paso, TX 425 26.0 3.4 0.4 1.2 69.0 Erie, PA 119 84.9 12.0 0.2 0.5 2.4 Escondido, CA 64 70.6 1.5 0.8 3.7 23.4 Eugene, OR 106 91.7 1.3 0.9 3.5 2.7 Evansville, IN 130 89.1 9.5 0.2 0.6 0.6 Flint, MI 160 48.0 47.9 0.7 0.5 2.9 Fort Lauderdale, FL 153 63.7 28.1 0.2 0.9 7.2 Fort Wayne, IN 172 79.2 16.7 0.3 1.0 2.7 Fort Worth, TX 385 56.1 22.0 0.4 2.0 19.5 Fremont, CA 132 62.8 3.8 0.7 19.4 13.3 Fresno, CA 217 48.3 8.3 1.1 12.5 29.9 Fullerton, CA 102 63.9 2.2 0.5 12.2 21.3 Garden Grove, CA 123 53.9 1.5 0.6 20.5 23.5 Garland, TX 139 74.5 8.9 0.5 4.5 11.6 Gary, IN 152 13.4 80.6 0.2 0.2 5.7 Glendale, AZ 97 78.5 3.0 0.9 2.1 15.5 Glendale, CA 139 63.3 1.3 0.3 14.1 21.0 Grand Rapids, MI 182 74.5 18.5 0.8 1.1 5.0 Greensboro, NC 156 63.2 33.9 0.5 1.4 1.0 Hampton, VA 123 57.1 38.9 0.3 1.7 2.0 Hartford, CT 136 27.8 38.9 0.3 1.4 31.6 Hayward, CA 94 49.7 9.8 1.0 15.5 23.9 Hialeah, FL 145 9.8 1.9 0.1 0.5 87.6 Hollywood, FL 121 78.1 8.5 0.2 1.3 11.9 Honolulu, HI \4 365 23.3 1.3 0.3 70.5 4.6 Houston, TX 1,595 39.9 28.1 0.3 4.1 27.6 Huntington Beach, CA 171 78.9 0.9 0.6 8.3 11.2 Huntsville, AL 143 71.7 24.4 0.5 2.1 1.2 Independence, MO 112 95.0 1.4 0.6 1.0 2.0 Indianapolis, IN \3 701 75.2 22.6 0.2 0.9 1.1 Inglewood, CA 94 6.7 51.9 0.4 2.5 38.5 Irvine, CA 62 73.6 1.8 0.2 18.1 6.3 Irving, TX 110 70.9 7.5 0.6 4.6 16.3 Jackson, MS 203 43.2 55.7 0.1 0.5 0.4 Jacksonville, FL \3 541 70.0 25.2 0.3 1.9 2.6 Jersey City, NJ 224 34.4 29.7 0.3 11.4 24.2 Kansas City, KS 161 61.7 29.3 0.7 1.2 7.1 Kansas City, MO 448 64.8 29.6 0.5 1.2 3.9 Knoxville, TN 175 82.3 15.8 0.2 1.0 0.7 Lakewood, CO 114 87.2 1.0 0.7 1.9 9.1 Lansing, MI 130 70.7 18.6 1.0 1.8 7.9 Laredo, TX 91 5.5 0.1 0.2 0.4 93.9 Las Vegas, NV 165 71.5 11.4 0.9 3.6 12.5 Lexington-Fayette, KY 204 83.7 13.4 0.2 1.6 1.1 Lincoln, NE 172 93.4 2.4 0.6 1.7 2.0 Little Rock, AR 159 64.1 34.0 0.3 0.9 0.8 Livonia, MI 105 96.9 0.3 0.2 1.3 1.3 Long Beach, CA 361 48.5 13.7 0.6 13.6 23.6 Los Angeles, CA 2,969 35.8 14.0 0.5 9.8 39.9 Louisville, KY 299 68.8 29.7 0.2 0.7 0.7 Lowell, MA 92 76.2 2.4 0.2 11.1 10.1 Lubbock, TX 174 67.2 8.6 0.3 1.4 22.5 Macon, GA 117 46.7 52.2 0.1 0.4 0.6 Madison, WI 171 89.4 4.2 0.4 3.9 2.0 Memphis, TN 646 43.5 54.8 0.2 0.8 0.7 Mesa, AZ 152 84.7 1.9 1.0 1.5 10.9 Mesquite, TX 67 82.2 5.8 0.5 2.6 8.8 Miami, FL 347 9.4 27.4 0.2 0.6 62.5 Milwaukee, WI 636 60.5 30.5 0.9 1.9 6.3 Minneapolis, MN 371 77.2 13.0 3.3 4.3 2.1 Mobile, AL 200 58.8 38.9 0.2 1.0 1.0 Modesto, CA 107 72.1 2.7 1.0 7.9 16.3 Montgomery, AL 178 55.9 42.3 0.2 0.7 0.8 Moreno Valley, CA (\5) 56.0 13.8 0.7 6.6 22.9 Nashville-Davidson, TN \3 456 73.1 24.3 0.2 1.4 0.9 Newark, NJ 329 14.0 58.5 0.2 1.2 26.1 New Haven, CT 126 47.9 36.1 0.3 2.4 13.2 New Orleans, LA 558 32.5 61.9 0.2 1.9 3.5 Newport News, VA 145 61.0 33.6 0.3 2.3 2.8 New York, NY 7,072 39.6 28.7 0.4 7.0 24.4 Bronx Borough 1,169 15.8 37.3 0.5 3.0 43.5 Brooklyn Borough 2,231 36.8 37.9 0.3 4.8 20.1 Manhattan Borough 1,428 44.2 22.0 0.4 7.4 26.0 Queens Borough 1,891 46.2 21.7 0.4 12.2 19.5 Staten Island Borough 352 79.3 8.1 0.2 4.5 8.0 Norfolk, VA 267 55.0 39.1 0.4 2.6 2.9 Oakland, CA 339 26.8 43.9 0.6 14.8 13.9 Oceanside, CA 77 62.7 7.9 0.7 6.1 22.6 Oklahoma City, OK 404 72.5 16.0 4.2 2.4 5.0 Omaha, NE 314 82.1 13.1 0.7 1.0 3.1 Ontario, CA 89 46.4 7.3 0.7 3.9 41.7 Orange, CA 91 67.3 1.4 0.5 7.9 22.8 Orlando, FL 128 62.5 26.9 0.3 1.6 8.7 Overland Park, KS 82 94.0 1.8 0.3 1.9 2.0 Oxnard, CA 108 31.0 5.2 0.8 8.6 54.4 Pasadena, CA 118 45.2 19.0 0.4 8.1 27.3 Pasadena, TX 113 68.1 1.0 0.5 1.6 28.8 Paterson, NJ 138 21.3 36.0 0.3 1.4 41.0 Peoria, IL 124 75.7 20.9 0.2 1.7 1.6 Philadelphia, PA 1,688 51.6 39.9 0.2 2.7 5.6 Phoenix, AZ 790 71.3 5.2 1.9 1.7 20.0 Pittsburgh, PA 424 71.5 25.8 0.2 1.6 0.9 Plano, TX 72 85.3 4.1 0.3 4.0 6.2 Pomona, CA 93 27.1 14.4 0.6 6.7 51.3 Portland, OR 368 82.6 7.7 1.2 5.3 3.2 Portsmouth, VA 105 50.3 47.3 0.3 0.8 1.3 Providence, RI 157 62.8 14.8 0.9 5.9 15.5 Raleigh, NC 150 68.3 27.6 0.3 2.5 1.4 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 55 68.1 5.9 0.6 5.4 20.0 Reno, NV 101 79.7 2.9 1.4 4.9 11.1 Richmond, VA 219 42.7 55.2 0.2 0.9 0.9 Riverside, CA 171 60.6 7.4 0.8 5.2 26.0 Rochester, NY 242 57.6 31.5 0.5 1.8 8.7 Rockford, IL 140 79.0 15.0 0.3 1.5 4.2 Sacramento, CA 276 52.2 15.3 1.2 15.0 16.2 St. Louis, MO 453 50.0 47.5 0.2 0.9 1.3 St. Paul, MN 270 80.0 7.4 1.4 7.1 4.2 St. Petersburg, FL 239 75.9 19.6 0.2 1.7 2.6 Salem, OR 89 88.3 1.5 1.6 2.4 6.1 Salinas, CA 80 37.3 3.0 0.9 8.1 50.6 Salt Lake City, UT 163 82.3 1.7 1.6 4.7 9.7 San Antonio, TX 786 35.9 7.0 0.4 1.1 55.6 San Bernardino, CA 119 44.4 16.0 1.0 4.0 34.6 San Diego, CA 876 57.5 9.4 0.6 11.8 20.7 San Francisco, CA 679 45.5 10.9 0.5 29.1 13.9 San Jose, CA 629 48.4 4.7 0.7 19.5 26.6 Santa Ana, CA 204 22.0 2.6 0.5 9.7 65.2 Santa Clarita, CA (\5) 80.4 1.5 0.6 4.2 13.4 Santa Rosa, CA 83 84.2 1.8 1.2 3.4 9.5 Savannah, GA 142 45.9 51.3 0.2 1.1 1.4 Scottsdale, AZ 89 92.6 0.8 0.6 1.2 4.8 Seattle, WA 494 73.2 10.1 1.4 11.8 3.6 Shreveport, LA 206 53.4 44.8 0.2 0.5 1.1 Simi Valley, CA 78 79.7 1.5 0.6 5.5 12.7 Sioux Falls, SD 81 96.5 0.7 1.6 0.7 0.6 South Bend, IN 110 74.5 20.9 0.4 0.9 3.4 Spokane, WA 171 91.9 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.1 Springfield, IL 100 85.0 13.0 0.2 1.0 0.8 Springfield, MA 152 62.7 19.2 0.2 1.0 16.9 Springfield, MO 133 95.0 2.5 0.7 0.9 1.0 Stamford, CT 102 69.7 17.8 0.1 2.6 9.8 Sterling Heights, MI 109 95.4 0.4 0.2 2.9 1.1 Stockton, CA 150 41.6 9.6 1.0 22.8 25.0 Sunnyvale, CA 107 63.6 3.4 0.5 19.3 13.2 Syracuse, NY 170 73.3 20.3 1.3 2.2 2.9 Tacoma, WA 159 75.9 11.4 2.0 6.9 3.8 Tallahassee, FL 82 65.9 29.1 0.2 1.8 3.0 Tampa, FL 272 58.3 25.0 0.3 1.4 15.0 Tempe, AZ 107 80.5 3.2 1.3 4.1 10.9 Thousand Oaks, CA 77 84.0 1.2 0.4 4.8 9.6 Toledo, OH 355 75.0 19.7 0.3 1.0 4.0 Topeka, KS 119 81.5 10.6 1.3 0.8 5.8 Torrance, CA 130 66.2 1.5 0.4 21.9 10.1 Tucson, AZ 331 62.7 4.3 1.6 2.2 29.3 Tulsa, OK 361 77.8 13.6 4.7 1.4 2.6 Vallejo, CA 80 44.4 21.2 0.7 23.0 10.8 Virginia Beach, VA 262 78.3 13.9 0.4 4.3 3.1 Waco, TX 101 59.3 23.1 0.3 0.9 16.3 Warren, MI 161 96.4 0.7 0.5 1.3 1.1 Washington, DC 638 26.7 65.8 0.2 1.8 5.4 Waterbury, CT 103 72.6 13.0 0.3 0.7 13.4 Wichita, KS 280 80.0 11.3 1.2 2.6 5.0 Winston-Salem, NC 132 58.9 39.3 0.2 0.8 0.9 Worcester, MA 162 82.8 4.5 0.3 2.8 9.6 Yonkers, NY 195 66.0 14.1 0.2 3.0 16.7 ------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------- Ranked by Asian/Pacific Islander Total NHWhite Black AmInd Asian Hisp Honolulu, HI \4 365.0 23.3 1.3 0.3 70.5 4.6 San Francisco, C 679.0 45.5 10.9 0.5 29.1 13.9 Vallejo, CA 80.0 44.4 21.2 0.7 23.0 10.8 Stockton, CA 150.0 41.6 9.6 1.0 22.8 25.0 Torrance, CA 130.0 66.2 1.5 0.4 21.9 10.1 Garden Grove, CA 123.0 53.9 1.5 0.6 20.5 23.5 San Jose, CA 629.0 48.4 4.7 0.7 19.5 26.6 Fremont, CA 132.0 62.8 3.8 0.7 19.4 13.3 Sunnyvale, CA 107.0 63.6 3.4 0.5 19.3 13.2 Irvine, CA 62.0 73.6 1.8 0.2 18.1 6.3 Hayward, CA 94.0 49.7 9.8 1.0 15.5 23.9 Sacramento, CA 276.0 52.2 15.3 1.2 15.0 16.2 Berkeley, CA 103.0 57.5 18.8 0.6 14.8 8.4 Oakland, CA 339.0 26.8 43.9 0.6 14.8 13.9 Glendale, CA 139.0 63.3 1.3 0.3 14.1 21.0 Long Beach, CA 361.0 48.5 13.7 0.6 13.6 23.6 Fresno, CA 217.0 48.3 8.3 1.1 12.5 29.9 Fullerton, CA 102.0 63.9 2.2 0.5 12.2 21.3 Queens Borough 1891.0 46.2 21.7 0.4 12.2 19.5 El Monte, CA 79.0 14.2 1.0 0.6 11.8 72.5 San Diego, CA 876.0 57.5 9.4 0.6 11.8 20.7 Seattle, WA 494.0 73.2 10.1 1.4 11.8 3.6 Jersey City, NJ 224.0 34.4 29.7 0.3 11.4 24.2 Lowell, MA 92.0 76.2 2.4 0.2 11.1 10.1 Los Angeles, CA 2969.0 35.8 14.0 0.5 9.8 39.9 Santa Ana, CA 204.0 22.0 2.6 0.5 9.7 65.2 Anaheim, CA 219.0 56.1 2.5 0.5 9.4 31.4 Chula Vista, CA 84.0 48.6 4.6 0.6 8.9 37.3 Concord, CA 104.0 76.8 2.4 0.7 8.7 11.5 Oxnard, CA 108.0 31.0 5.2 0.8 8.6 54.4 Huntington Beach 171.0 78.9 0.9 0.6 8.3 11.2 Pasadena, CA 118.0 45.2 19.0 0.4 8.1 27.3 Salinas, CA 80.0 37.3 3.0 0.9 8.1 50.6 Modesto, CA 107.0 72.1 2.7 1.0 7.9 16.3 Orange, CA 91.0 67.3 1.4 0.5 7.9 22.8 Ann Arbor, MI 108.0 80.3 9.0 0.4 7.7 2.6 Manhattan Boroug 1428.0 44.2 22.0 0.4 7.4 26.0 St. Paul, MN 270.0 80.0 7.4 1.4 7.1 4.2 New York, NY 7072.0 39.6 28.7 0.4 7.0 24.4 Tacoma, WA 159.0 75.9 11.4 2.0 6.9 3.8 Pomona, CA 93.0 27.1 14.4 0.6 6.7 51.3 Moreno Valley, C(\5) 56.0 13.8 0.7 6.6 22.9 Oceanside, CA 77.0 62.7 7.9 0.7 6.1 22.6 Providence, RI 157.0 62.8 14.8 0.9 5.9 15.5 Simi Valley, CA 78.0 79.7 1.5 0.6 5.5 12.7 Rancho Cucamonga 55.0 68.1 5.9 0.6 5.4 20.0 Boston, MA 563.0 58.0 25.6 0.3 5.3 10.8 Portland, OR 368.0 82.6 7.7 1.2 5.3 3.2 Riverside, CA 171.0 60.6 7.4 0.8 5.2 26.0 Reno, NV 101.0 79.7 2.9 1.4 4.9 11.1 Anchorage, AK 174.0 78.2 6.4 6.4 4.8 4.1 Brooklyn Borough 2231.0 36.8 37.9 0.3 4.8 20.1 Thousand Oaks, C 77.0 84.0 1.2 0.4 4.8 9.6 Salt Lake City, 163.0 82.3 1.7 1.6 4.7 9.7 Irving, TX 110.0 70.9 7.5 0.6 4.6 16.3 Garland, TX 139.0 74.5 8.9 0.5 4.5 11.6 Staten Island Bo 352.0 79.3 8.1 0.2 4.5 8.0 Minneapolis, MN 371.0 77.2 13.0 3.3 4.3 2.1 Virginia Beach, 262.0 78.3 13.9 0.4 4.3 3.1 Alexandria, VA 103.0 63.9 21.9 0.3 4.2 9.7 Santa Clarita, C(\5) 80.4 1.5 0.6 4.2 13.4 Houston, TX 1595.0 39.9 28.1 0.3 4.1 27.6 Tempe, AZ 107.0 80.5 3.2 1.3 4.1 10.9 Plano, TX 72.0 85.3 4.1 0.3 4.0 6.2 San Bernardino, 119.0 44.4 16.0 1.0 4.0 34.6 Arlington, TX 160.0 78.3 8.4 0.5 3.9 8.9 Madison, WI 171.0 89.4 4.2 0.4 3.9 2.0 Ontario, CA 89.0 46.4 7.3 0.7 3.9 41.7 Aurora, CO 159.0 77.5 11.4 0.6 3.8 6.6 Chicago, IL 3005.0 37.3 39.1 0.3 3.7 19.6 Escondido, CA 64.0 70.6 1.5 0.8 3.7 23.4 Bakersfield, CA 106.0 65.3 9.4 1.1 3.6 20.5 Las Vegas, NV 165.0 71.5 11.4 0.9 3.6 12.5 Eugene, OR 106.0 91.7 1.3 0.9 3.5 2.7 Santa Rosa, CA 83.0 84.2 1.8 1.2 3.4 9.5 Austin, TX 346.0 61.2 12.4 0.4 3.0 23.0 Bronx Borough 1169.0 15.8 37.3 0.5 3.0 43.5 Yonkers, NY 195.0 66.0 14.1 0.2 3.0 16.7 Sterling Heights 109.0 95.4 0.4 0.2 2.9 1.1 Worcester, MA 162.0 82.8 4.5 0.3 2.8 9.6 Elizabeth, NJ 106.0 38.0 19.8 0.3 2.7 39.1 Philadelphia, PA 1688.0 51.6 39.9 0.2 2.7 5.6 Mesquite, TX 67.0 82.2 5.8 0.5 2.6 8.8 Norfolk, VA 267.0 55.0 39.1 0.4 2.6 2.9 Stamford, CT 102.0 69.7 17.8 0.1 2.6 9.8 Wichita, KS 280.0 80.0 11.3 1.2 2.6 5.0 Inglewood, CA 94.0 6.7 51.9 0.4 2.5 38.5 Raleigh, NC 150.0 68.3 27.6 0.3 2.5 1.4 Colorado Springs 215.0 80.6 7.0 0.8 2.4 9.1 Columbus, OH 565.0 73.8 22.6 0.2 2.4 1.1 Denver, CO 493.0 60.7 12.8 1.2 2.4 23.0 Des Moines, IA 191.0 87.7 7.1 0.4 2.4 2.4 New Haven, CT 126.0 47.9 36.1 0.3 2.4 13.2 Oklahoma City, O 404.0 72.5 16.0 4.2 2.4 5.0 Salem, OR 89.0 88.3 1.5 1.6 2.4 6.1 Albany, NY 102.0 73.6 20.6 0.3 2.3 3.1 Bridgeport, CT 143.0 44.3 26.6 0.3 2.3 26.5 Newport News, VA 145.0 61.0 33.6 0.3 2.3 2.8 Dallas, TX 905.0 47.0 29.5 0.5 2.2 20.9 Syracuse, NY 170.0 73.3 20.3 1.3 2.2 2.9 Tucson, AZ 331.0 62.7 4.3 1.6 2.2 29.3 Glendale, AZ 97.0 78.5 3.0 0.9 2.1 15.5 Huntsville, AL 143.0 71.7 24.4 0.5 2.1 1.2 Spokane, WA 171.0 91.9 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.1 Durham, NC 101.0 50.9 45.7 0.2 2.0 1.2 Fort Worth, TX 385.0 56.1 22.0 0.4 2.0 19.5 Amarillo, TX 149.0 76.6 6.0 0.8 1.9 14.7 Jacksonville, FL 541.0 70.0 25.2 0.3 1.9 2.6 Lakewood, CO 114.0 87.2 1.0 0.7 1.9 9.1 Milwaukee, WI 636.0 60.5 30.5 0.9 1.9 6.3 New Orleans, LA 558.0 32.5 61.9 0.2 1.9 3.5 Overland Park, K 82.0 94.0 1.8 0.3 1.9 2.0 Charlotte, NC 315.0 64.6 31.8 0.4 1.8 1.4 Lansing, MI 130.0 70.7 18.6 1.0 1.8 7.9 Rochester, NY 242.0 57.6 31.5 0.5 1.8 8.7 Tallahassee, FL 82.0 65.9 29.1 0.2 1.8 3.0 Washington, DC 638.0 26.7 65.8 0.2 1.8 5.4 Albuquerque, NM 332.0 57.7 3.0 3.0 1.7 34.5 Baton Rouge, LA 220.0 52.7 43.9 0.1 1.7 1.6 Beaumont, TX 118.0 52.6 41.3 0.2 1.7 4.3 Hampton, VA 123.0 57.1 38.9 0.3 1.7 2.0 Lincoln, NE 172.0 93.4 2.4 0.6 1.7 2.0 Peoria, IL 124.0 75.7 20.9 0.2 1.7 1.6 Phoenix, AZ 790.0 71.3 5.2 1.9 1.7 20.0 St. Petersburg, 239.0 75.9 19.6 0.2 1.7 2.6 Boise City, ID 102.0 94.5 0.6 0.6 1.6 2.7 Lexington-Fayett 204.0 83.7 13.4 0.2 1.6 1.1 Orlando, FL 128.0 62.5 26.9 0.3 1.6 8.7 Pasadena, TX 113.0 68.1 1.0 0.5 1.6 28.8 Pittsburgh, PA 424.0 71.5 25.8 0.2 1.6 0.9 Mesa, AZ 152.0 84.7 1.9 1.0 1.5 10.9 Rockford, IL 140.0 79.0 15.0 0.3 1.5 4.2 Columbia, SC 101.0 52.6 43.7 0.3 1.4 2.0 Columbus, GA \3 169.0 57.2 38.1 0.3 1.4 3.0 Greensboro, NC 156.0 63.2 33.9 0.5 1.4 1.0 Hartford, CT 136.0 27.8 38.9 0.3 1.4 31.6 Lubbock, TX 174.0 67.2 8.6 0.3 1.4 22.5 Nashville-Davids 456.0 73.1 24.3 0.2 1.4 0.9 Paterson, NJ 138.0 21.3 36.0 0.3 1.4 41.0 Tampa, FL 272.0 58.3 25.0 0.3 1.4 15.0 Tulsa, OK 361.0 77.8 13.6 4.7 1.4 2.6 Abilene, TX 98.0 75.8 7.0 0.4 1.3 15.5 Allentown, PA 104.0 81.8 5.0 0.2 1.3 11.7 Hollywood, FL 121.0 78.1 8.5 0.2 1.3 11.9 Livonia, MI 105.0 96.9 0.3 0.2 1.3 1.3 Warren, MI 161.0 96.4 0.7 0.5 1.3 1.1 Akron, OH 237.0 73.3 24.5 0.3 1.2 0.7 Chesapeake, VA 114.0 69.8 27.4 0.3 1.2 1.3 El Paso, TX 425.0 26.0 3.4 0.4 1.2 69.0 Kansas City, KS 161.0 61.7 29.3 0.7 1.2 7.1 Kansas City, MO 448.0 64.8 29.6 0.5 1.2 3.9 Newark, NJ 329.0 14.0 58.5 0.2 1.2 26.1 Scottsdale, AZ 89.0 92.6 0.8 0.6 1.2 4.8 Baltimore, MD 787.0 38.3 59.2 0.3 1.1 1.0 Cincinnati, OH 385.0 60.1 37.9 0.2 1.1 0.7 Grand Rapids, MI 182.0 74.5 18.5 0.8 1.1 5.0 San Antonio, TX 786.0 35.9 7.0 0.4 1.1 55.6 Savannah, GA 142.0 45.9 51.3 0.2 1.1 1.4 Buffalo, NY 358.0 62.7 30.7 0.8 1.0 4.9 Cedar Rapids, IA 110.0 94.8 2.9 0.2 1.0 1.1 Chattanooga, TN 170.0 64.5 33.7 0.2 1.0 0.6 Cleveland, OH 574.0 47.5 46.6 0.3 1.0 4.6 Fort Wayne, IN 172.0 79.2 16.7 0.3 1.0 2.7 Independence, MO 112.0 95.0 1.4 0.6 1.0 2.0 Knoxville, TN 175.0 82.3 15.8 0.2 1.0 0.7 Mobile, AL 200.0 58.8 38.9 0.2 1.0 1.0 Omaha, NE 314.0 82.1 13.1 0.7 1.0 3.1 Springfield, IL 100.0 85.0 13.0 0.2 1.0 0.8 Springfield, MA 152.0 62.7 19.2 0.2 1.0 16.9 Toledo, OH 355.0 75.0 19.7 0.3 1.0 4.0 Atlanta, GA 425.0 30.0 67.1 0.1 0.9 1.9 Corpus Christi, 232.0 43.5 4.8 0.4 0.9 50.4 Fort Lauderdale, 153.0 63.7 28.1 0.2 0.9 7.2 Indianapolis, IN 701.0 75.2 22.6 0.2 0.9 1.1 Little Rock, AR 159.0 64.1 34.0 0.3 0.9 0.8 Richmond, VA 219.0 42.7 55.2 0.2 0.9 0.9 St. Louis, MO 453.0 50.0 47.5 0.2 0.9 1.3 South Bend, IN 110.0 74.5 20.9 0.4 0.9 3.4 Springfield, MO 133.0 95.0 2.5 0.7 0.9 1.0 Waco, TX 101.0 59.3 23.1 0.3 0.9 16.3 Detroit, MI 1203.0 20.4 75.7 0.4 0.8 2.8 Memphis, TN 646.0 43.5 54.8 0.2 0.8 0.7 Portsmouth, VA 105.0 50.3 47.3 0.3 0.8 1.3 Topeka, KS 119.0 81.5 10.6 1.3 0.8 5.8 Winston-Salem, N 132.0 58.9 39.3 0.2 0.8 0.9 Louisville, KY 299.0 68.8 29.7 0.2 0.7 0.7 Montgomery, AL 178.0 55.9 42.3 0.2 0.7 0.8 Sioux Falls, SD 81.0 96.5 0.7 1.6 0.7 0.6 Waterbury, CT 103.0 72.6 13.0 0.3 0.7 13.4 Birmingham, AL 284.0 36.1 63.3 0.1 0.6(Z) Dayton, OH 194.0 58.0 40.4 0.2 0.6 0.7 Evansville, IN 130.0 89.1 9.5 0.2 0.6 0.6 Miami, FL 347.0 9.4 27.4 0.2 0.6 62.5 Erie, PA 119.0 84.9 12.0 0.2 0.5 2.4 Flint, MI 160.0 48.0 47.9 0.7 0.5 2.9 Hialeah, FL 145.0 9.8 1.9 0.1 0.5 87.6 Jackson, MS 203.0 43.2 55.7 0.1 0.5 0.4 Shreveport, LA 206.0 53.4 44.8 0.2 0.5 1.1 Laredo, TX 91.0 5.5 0.1 0.2 0.4 93.9 Macon, GA 117.0 46.7 52.2 0.1 0.4 0.6 Gary, IN 152.0 13.4 80.6 0.2 0.2 5.7 Note - nonwhite Hispanic estimated by subtracting blacks, Asians, Native Americans and Hispanics from 100 percent. X Not applicable. Z Less than .05 percent. \1 Population totals include corrections through October 1992; the data by race and Hispanic origin are not corrected. \2 Hispanic persons may be of any race. \3 Represents the portion of a consolidated city that is not within one or more separately incorporated places. \4 Data represent a census designated place as delineated by State and local officials. \5 Not incorporated. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Population: 1970, vol. I, chapters A and B; 1980 Census of Population, vol. 1, chapters A and B; 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, (CPH-1). --------------------------------------------------------------- ------------ How to get Arthur's Standardized "big" report on a City 1. Go to STF3 on the web http://venus.census.gov/cdrom/lookup/CMD=LIST/DB=C90STF3A/LEV= STATE Goto level state-place Select a city Select Edit tables An easier way to get city statistics and map is U.S. Gazetteer You just give the name of the city and state To get "standardized" printout, select these tables using cut from text editor and ^V to paste into edit box /T=P1 /T=P8 /T=P9 /T=P10 /T=P11 /T=P12 /T=P14A /T=P14B /T=P14C /T=P14D /T=P14E /T=P14F /T=P14G /T=P14H /T=P14I /T=P14J /T=P15A /T=P15B /T=P32 /T=P33 /T=P34 /T=P35 /T=P36 /T=P54 /T=P55 /T=P56 /T=P57 /T=P58 /T=P59 /T=P60 /T=P61 /T=P62 /T=P63 /T=P80A /T=P81 /T=P82 /T=P83 /T=P84 /T=P85 /T=P107A /T=P114A /T=P115A /T=P16 /T=P116A /T=P119 /T=P120 Submit Retrieve the 46 tables you've selected: HTML format (easy to read) [?] Submit Save as a text file from the browser g:\doc\96\08\oakland.txt File SaveAs g:\doc\96\08.... Start up Excel, open the file ..or.. SELECT ALL, and paste into excel Delete rows until "Persons " is on cell A9 Replace "." with " " replace all Menu / Data / Text To Columns / fixed width / col 68 Move one row with numbers to 1st data line Do Text to Columns, fixed width Open \doc\96\08\oakland.wk1 (found in ~/doc/96/08/oakland.wk1) Select columns from C to L Edit Copy Go to the new worksheet, C1 Edit Paste [[Alhambra CA doc\94\19\alhamb*.txt [[Atherton/Menlo Park \priv\96b\07\menlathe.txt - bridges rich and poor on different sides of 101 [[Atlanta \doc\97\02\atlanta.txt STF3 table of Atlanta doc922\atlanta.wk1 \doc\96\02\seaatl.txt Seattle Vs. Atlanta test and poverty Nesbitt Elementary Atlanta is 40% black, 20% Asian, above grade level on ITBS but below district average. \priv\96\13\newsouth.txt The Newest Southerners by Judith Waldrop October 1993 American Demographics http://www.marketingtools.com Asians outnumber Hispanics in Atlanta, are setting up visible neighborhoods and businesses \doc\97\03\atlanta\student\student.htm \doc\97\03\atlanta\test\test.htm \doc\97\03\atlanta\itbs\itbs.htm 1995-96 Georgia Public Education Report card Atlanta City Schools - 761 Students W6.6 B90.2 H1.7 A1.2 N0.2 M0.2% FL=79.95 SAT V440 M431 T871 State V488 M482 Ntl V505 M508 (new scale) old V360 M380 - near black national average, worst HS in San Francisco, Richmond High, among worst in SF Bay area. ACT 17.9 State 20.3 Nation 20.9 ITBS system / state G3 Reading 1995-96 48/51 1994-95 51/51 G3 Math 1995-96 51/59 1994-95 54/53 G8 Reading 1995-96 34/48 1994-95 39/53 G8 Math 1995-96 39/53 1994-95 44/52 TAP G11 Read 1995-96 32/47 1994-95 32/46 G11 Math 1995-96 47/58 1994-95 46/56 Basic skills test are about average in Grade 3, but SAT test scores are dismal. (Orrfield 1991) Black Students in Metro Atlanta 1986 System ----------------------------------------------- Atlanta 92.9 49.4 Decatur 71.9 1.0 Dekalb 43.1 32.2 Fulton 37.4 10.7 marietta 29.2 0.9 buford 29.1 0.3 Clayton 12.4 2.3 Cobb 4.6 2.3 Gwinnett 2.2 2.3 Metro Total 36.6 0.8 ------------------------------------------------ [[Bainbridge Island WA Mochi, for luck Seattle Times Dec 26, 1997 p. D8 Northwest Weekend 300 Japanese families were moved in 1942 to relocation camps, about half of the families moved back after the war. Now they celebrate an annual Mochi preparation. \images\972\1228\mochi.tif [[Baldwin Park - Middle Class suburb of Los Angeles with low test scores \doc\97\03\baldpark.txt [[Bay Area (San Francisco) SF BAY AREA 6.4 MILLION, 54% WHITE IN 1997 \clip\98\11\baypop.txt http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/ archive/1998/09/ 04 /MN32368.DTL `Minority Majority' Well on Way in State Striking changes in new census data Ramon G. McLeod San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, September 4, 1998 6.4 million people lived in the Bay Area in 1997, up from 6 million in 1990. About 54 percent were white, 19 percent were Latino, 19 percent were Asian and 9 percent were African American. Less than 1 percent were American Indian. [[Bellevue WA Suburb of Seattle has relatively high Asian population. Somerset area elementary school in Southern part of city is 30% Asian and has highest test scores of any Seattle-area elementary school. \doc\95\11\bellevu.wk1 W85.3 B2.1 H2.3 A10.0 N0.5 The average tax bill in Bellevue is $3086, 2nd only to Mercer Island $4,200. G8 CTBS test score of the school district is #2 after Mercer Island"Bellevue Tries Growing Into An Older Population" Seattle Times May 28, 1996 \doc\96\04\bellvue.wk1 - Census details 1990 US Census Data Database: C90STF3A Bellevue city: FIPS STATE=53, FIPS PLACE90=05210 Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35 Total 86878100.0% 23816 45.7% 43800 White 75294 86.7% 25073 45.1% 62.6% Black 1796 2.1% 14224 31.2% 27.9% American Indian, 397 0.5% 17004 24.8% 41.1% Asian or Pacific 8660 10.0% 16115 55.7% 45.2% Other race 731 0.8% 12841 25.4% 29.0% Hispanic 2039 2.3% 15732 28.5% 26.5% [[Bellevue schools 93-94 Bellevue School Dist White Black Hisp Asian AmInd 1978-79 94.0% 1.5% 0.9% 3.6% 0.1% 1993-94 74.6% 4.3% 3.6% 17.1% 0.4% As appeared in chart in Seattle Times June 26, 1994 p. A10 elem free / reduced lunch from 13-23% since past 9 years (1996) high school 3-11% [[Berkeley California berkeley CA doc938\berkrank.xls berkeley ranking [[Boston Massachusetts Population is majority white, but the school system is nearly half black. doc924\boston.wk1 White Black Asian Hispanic Native American Other Total 64.3% 20.7% 5.0% 9.1% 0.2% 0.8% 100.0% doc\94\15\bosteach.wk1 \doc\96\03\bosteach.prn- Teacher and Student population Boston area Teacher vs. Students Based on figures in "Some School Faculties Reflect LIttle Diversity" Boston Globe June 26, 1994, Luz Delgado p. 1 Student enrollment by percent, 1993-94 White Black HispanicAsian AmInd Total Boston 19.3% 47.7% 23.4% 9.2% 0.4% 100.0% Brookline 71.8% 10.4% 4.5% 13.2% 0.1% 100.0% Cambridge 44.0% 33.5% 14.2% 8.2% 0.1% 100.0% Somerville 70.4% 13.1% 11.9% 4.4% 0.2% 100.0% Total 29.4% 41.0% 20.3% 9.0% 0.3% 100.0% schools 93\ system: 48 black 27 white 25 AH 19.6 H 8.9 A schools Boston Herald 12-30-86 p. 2 "White enrollment in Hub" 1986: W26 B27 16H 8A 3Other Only 20-25% of whites attend public schools 76-86 Hisp 8,000 to 11,000, up 37%, Asian 2,448 to 4,742 up 1.93 \clip\96\04\roxbury.txt Roxbury is a depressed minority neighborhood \clip\97\05\alarm.txt Alarmed, tenants appeal for help: Drugs, strife seen in S. Boston project By Geeta Anand, Globe Staff, 02/25/97 South Boston is mostly white / Irish, but projects have blacks and racial tensions. \priv\95\01\bosctwn.txt - Boston is thought to be oldest chinatown in US \doc\96\06\boston.wk1 - Whites better educated than Asians - Asians have lower pc income than blacks. Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35k Total 574283 100.0% 15581 30.0% 29180 White 361513 63.0% 18939 36.7% 46.0% Black 146695 25.5% 10420 14.0% 20.4% American Indian, Eskimo, 1865 0.3% 9319 17.9% 17.6% Asian or Pacific Islande 30457 5.3% 9406 31.5% 22.0% Other race 33753 5.9% 7959 8.7% 14.6% Hispanic 59692 10.4% 8364 13.9% 14.9% [[Bremerton Wa http://www.thesunlink.com/redesign/2003-07-21/local/207724.shtml Monday, Jul 21 EDUCATION Bremerton district's minority hiring effort criticized STUDENTS TO STAFF, 2002-03 Total Native Total Year employees Black Asian Am Hisp Minority Students 5,787 11.47% 11.89% 3.77% 5.94% 33.07% Staff 772 2.85% 2.20% 0.65% 2.33% 8.03% Difference -8.62% -9.69% -3.12% -3.61% -25.04% • Although 33 percent of the district's students are minorities, just 8 percent of its staff members are. [[Bronx, South, New York W18 B46 H57(any) A1 Other 35 NY Times 11-13-94 p. 20 [[Butler Oak Brook Illinois Affluent district has high teacher salaries and lots of asians District 53 in Oak Brook, Illinois, is a 500 student K-8 district with expenditures of over $11,000/student. We are in DuPage county and we do indeed have $1.1M assessed valuation/child (assessed valuation is supposed to be 1/3 of real value). We have many Chinese and Indian physicians and other professions. The CEO of Tellabs, among others, lives in Oak Brook. We have many $1M+ houses. Illinois District 53, Butler. Our two schools are Brook Forest (K-5) ~300 students, and Butler (6-8) ~200 students. We are ~ 25 miles west of downtown Chicago. We have a large shopping center and several corporate headquarters, including McDonalds. We have a zoning ordinance that mostly requires 1/2 acre per house. We have no multifamily dwellings, except for several excellent hotels. Our dist rict has zero Title 1 children. Brook Forest Elementary http://chicagotribune.com/ws/schools/report/1,1763,school_elem! 1902205302002,00.html \clip\99\03\brookf.htm, .txt 3rd grade math is 30/2200 = top 1% 3rd grade writing 500/2200 = top 20% Teacher salary $56k average, edD 24yrs = $86,600 starting = $30k RACIAL BREAKDOWN {Dist. avg.} (State avg.) %WHITE %BLACK %HISP %ASIAN %NAT. A 71.30 0.5 1.1 27.1 0.0 {68.70} {0.8} {2.5} {28.0} {0.0} (62.60) (20.8) (13.3) (3.2) (0.2) Yahoo 1998 school report Butler students 484 student / teacher 6 g1 class size 16 SAT 1148 ACT 24.1 4Yr college 81 % 2Yr College 16% 1148 = Gunn HS Palo Alto, Palo Alto CA, near UC Berkeley [[California CA map of ethnicity Map CA Asian % pop [[Cashmere WA Seattle Times Story: http://www.seattletimes.com/extra/browse/html97/pcash_081097. html \clip\97\19 [[Centralia Washington \doc\97\03\centra.wk1 94% white community with so-so 40-45th percentile test scores Centralia 1990 Hinc El-High Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $35School Total 12276 100.0%$10,644 10.7% White 11842 94.1%$10,681 10.8% 25.5% 93.9% Black 37 0.3% $6,170 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 152 1.2% $4,952 9.0% 0.0% 0.8% Asian or Pacific Islander 145 1.2%$15,046 13.6% 75.0% 1.4% Other race 100 0.8%$10,257 0.0% 100.0% 0.6% Hispanic 287 2.3% $647 7.8% 39.3% 4.0% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $21,618 Private elem or high school 4.4% CTBS Test Results, Fall 1995 Total Battery Score (reading, language arts, math & science) District 4th 8th ------------------------------------------- Centralia 40 45 [[Cerritos, CA Affluent 50/50 White/Asian suburb with excellent test scores doc\96\06\cerritos.wk1 - Median household is $59,076, no wonder kids do well in school - Black PC income nearly = white, 28% college, check scores Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35k Total 53240 100.0% 18966 37.0% 59076 White 22607 42.5% 21170 25.5% 79.9% Black 3964 7.4% 19411 28.9% 64.7% American Indian, Eskimo, 160 0.3% 26057 12.6% 47.5% Asian or Pacific Islande 24094 45.3% 16988 52.3% 65.9% Other race 2415 4.5% 16882 16.8% 60.1% Hispanic 6312 11.9% 16965 18.2% 62.2% [[Chicago, Illinois National Geographic May 1991 p. 57 F100197 \clip\97\21\chicago.jpg Chicago's ethnic mosaic (map of neighborhoods by dominant ethnic groups) doc936\chicago.xls,.prn all W37.9 B38.6 H19.6 A3.5 U18 W22.0 B46.8 H27.7 A3.2 Half of children, most of school district is black \clip\96\03\chicimm.txt Chicago immigrants are moving to the suburbs. \clip\96\02\chicago.txt Chicago in 1968 vs. 1996 C:\priv\96\13\CHICCOLR.HTM Chicago Colors by Brad Edmonson April 1995 American Demographics. Which neighborhoods have which minorities. 4 OUT OF 5 CABRINI GREEN RESIDENTS ACTUALLY LIKES IT THERE c:\doc\web\97\02\cabgren.txt US News and World Report Dec 26, 1996 "I'm Ok, You're Not" [[Colorado doc\94\3\priv\korcolo.txt - koreans moved to colorado from LA doc\census\city.wk1 - seattle, Santa Clara, etc. [[Columbia Maryland Suburb developed to be multi-racial and cultural, but not utopia, and turning to just a basic upper level suburb "Columbia's Child" Baltimore (magazine) March 1993 F081897 "it's too affluent across the board, with a median household income of more than $55,000. The county's blacks, largely limited to Columbia, constitute the third most affluent black population in the nation" [[Compton California. Predominantly Latino / Black Los Angeles Community with poor school scores. City employees are 78% black. \doc\94\18\priv\compton.txt black/latino tension * Ethnic background: City officials say Latinos now make up a majority of the population. According to the latest official figures, the city is 55% black, 42% Latino, 1.8% Asian or Pacific Islander, 1% white, and 0.5% American Indian. But officials say Latinos were drastically undercounted. * Full-time city employees, including police and fire (1992-93): 529. Ethnic background: 78.07% black, 10.78% Latino, 7.75% white, 3.21% Asian/Pacific Islander. * Police force: 125 officers. Ethnic background: 73 blacks, 34 whites, 14 Latinos, 4 others. * Compton Unified School District: Ethnic background of students: 59% Latino, 39% black, 2% other. * Registered voters: 34,243; 17.98% voted in June primary. * Median income: $25,699. Median value, single-family home in 1990: $108,000. [[Cupertino CA A prized upper-middle class Silicon Valley suburb which has attracted the 2nd highest Asian enrollment after San Francisco in the Bay Area, over 30%. "Cupertino Schools" is highlighted in local real-estate ads. Also see for Tenafly New Jersey, which has a similarly high percentage of Asians and very high performing schools. US News noted that blacks in the district perform poorly, despite excellent district reputation, more evidence that racial disparities occur in even the best school districts. \clip\97\11\homestea\homestea.htm US News and World Report 4/21/97 Millionaire High Homestead High School, Cupertino CA. "Today, African-Americans remain a small proportion (4 percent) of the student body, and Pacific Islanders and American Indians add an additional 4 percent.. Hispanic students constitute 11 percent; and Asians, the largest minority, 28 percent. These figures mirror the state's population as a whole."Though the school boasts Scholastic Assessment Test scores that are above the national median, especially in math, those averages reflect high scores by a small portion of the student body." Correction, Asians and Whites are 80% of the population, most students are doing well. doc\94\4\cupert.xls Population 1990 All W71.1 B0.9 H4.9 A22.8 N0.2 18U W58.6 B1.1 H5.5 A34.4 N0.3 Asians only 23% of population, but 33% of school-age children, about 28% of high school in district, 40% in some high schools by 1993 (CLAS test) \doc\95\10\cupertino.wk1 - Cupertino college and pc income 1990 US Census Data College4 PC Inc URL: http://www census gov/cdrom/lookup White 48.0% $31,044 Database: C90STF3A Black 50.4% $20,034 Summary Level: State--Place Hisp 30.6% $19,559 Asian 69.5% $23,987 NatAm 27.9% $22,107 [[Dade County Fla Schools 89 WBAH 21% 33% 45% 1% [[Dade County \doc\95\05\dade.wk1 all W30.2 B19.1 H49.2 A1.2 N0.1 under 18 W25.4 B27.7 H45.2 A1.3 N0.1 [[Dallas Schools 50% Black urban schools Dallas 89 WBHA 19% 48% 31% 2% [[Denver Colorado doc\94\7\denver.wk1 w61.4 b12.4 h23.0 a2.2 n0.8 Very high level of white education 61% college [[Detroit Michigan The city is 73% Black, 84% of the school district, 44% of students live under poverty, predictable effects on educational achievement statistics. Mich Dept Ed Summary Primary Area Area 1 Area 2 Total Persons 1,027,974 9,295,297 248,709,873 Percent Urban 100.00 70.52 75.21 Percent White 20.70 82.41 75.76 Percent Black 75.47 13.79 11.77 Percent Asian/Pacific Islander 0.78 1.09 2.81 Percent Hispanic 2.64 2.04 8.81 Percent in Poverty 31.95 12.81 12.76 Median Housing Value $ 25,294 60,062 78,500 Median Household Income $ 18,742 31,020 30,056 Per Capita Income in 1989 $ 9,443 14,154 14,420 Total Children 262,394 2,148,161 55,325,634 Enrolled 211,937 1,808,130 45,745,358 Percent Public of Those Enrolled 85.79 87.75 87.18 Percent Private of Those Enrolled 14.21 12.25 12.82 Percent Urban 100.00 68.03 72.82 Percent White 13.38 77.85 68.92 Percent Black 82.09 16.91 14.77 Percent Asian and Pacific Islander 0.80 1.34 3.10 Percent Hispanic 3.28 2.99 12.04 Percent in Poverty 44.29 17.74 17.84 detroit.xls 1990 Population Adult W23.5 B72.8 H2.5 A.8 N0.3 Under 18 W13.8 B81.4 H3.5 A0.9 N0.3 \clip\97\26\detrcris.txt Thomas Sugrue. _The Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit_. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996. x + 375 pp. Includes bibliographical references and index. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-691-01101-X [[East palo alto CA doc936\epaloalt.xls Predominantly minority distressed neighborhood across the "tracks" from Palo Alto and rich Silicon Valley \clip\96\06\epalo.txt Monday, October 7, 1996 · Page A1 San Francisco Chronicle New Lease On Life For East Palo Alto Homicides drop, job prospects rise Marshall Wilson, Chronicle Peninsula Bureau Just four years ago, gunfire was so common in East Palo Alto that residents took to sleeping in bathtubs to protect themselves from flying bullets. Ravenswood City Elementary School Distict now mostly Hispanic, was mostly black in 80s SAT-9 1999 by grade grade 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 reading 30 21 18 21 19 20 26 math 33 33 21 25 30 28 30 race: W0.7 B23.7 **H64.5** A0.5 PI9.9 FI0.5 [[Edmonds Washington Nearly all white community near Seattle with 37th percentile math scores \doc\97\03\edmond.txt 1990 US Census Data Database: C90STF3A Hinc El-High Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $ 35kSchool Total 30744 100.0%$20,868 31.0% White 28744 91.8%$21,045 30.8% 57.7% 90.0% Black 305 1.0%$15,752 45.6% 68.3% 1.1% American Indian, Eskimo, 366 1.2%$13,999 19.7% 36.8% 1.9% Asian or Pacific Islande 1200 3.9%$20,973 36.6% 50.9% 5.6% Other race 129 0.4%$11,954 32.9% 50.0% 0.6% Hispanic 512 1.7% $1,710 15.9% 50.2% 1.4% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $40, 515 Private elem or high sch 13.0% CTBS Test Scores CTBS Total Reading LanguageMath Edmonds 44 47 45 37 [[Fairfax county VA One of best Washington DC Suburbs in incomes and test scores. doc\94\13\fairfax.wk1 Used by Stevenson with Minneapolis to compare US and Asia all W77.4 B7.6 A8.3 H6.3 NA 0.2 O 0.1 U18 W73.5 B8.8 A9.9 H7.4 NA 0.2 pc income W24,833 vs. 14,420 1.71 ntl A16,320 vs. 13,638 1.19 ntl college W49.0 vs. 20.3 2.41 A44.6 vs 36.6 1.21 Immigration's costly toll Fairfax taxpayers foot bill for many of arrivals' needs Washington Times, March 5, 1998 By Stephen Dinan THE WASHINGTON TIMES 75% OF BLACKS VS 33% ASIANS FLUNK SOL ALGEBRA TEST \CLIP\99\10\sol.txt The Washington Post 5/13/99 On the high school Algebra II exam, for example, 41 percent of whites and 14 percent of blacks passed in Alexandria, and 52 percent of whites and 26 percent of blacks passed in Fairfax County. \priv\95\18\fairfax.txt School Study Predicts Racial , Class Changes. The Washington Post, June 08, 1995 The report estimates that by 2003, the schools' white population will decline from 72 percent to 52 percent, and the black population will increase to 14 percent from 10 percent. The Asian population is predicted to rise to 18 percent from 12 percent; and the number of Hispanic students will more than double, to 16 percent. [[Fresno, CA \priv\95\20\fresdiv.txt For minorities, the unemployment rate soars to 60 percent during the winter. One in four students has limited English proficiency. Fresno has surpassed Oakland as the city with the highest crime rate, San Joaquin Valley has experienced population growth in the past decade of 57 percent among Hispanics and 248 percent among Asians [[Harlem, New York City \clip\96\01\harlem.txt Date: Thu, 25 Jul 1996 16:33:21 -0400 Shunned No More, New York's Harlem Entices Big Retail Chains Seeking Fresh Turf Via AP By LAURA BIRD. Nationally, Grid says black households' average spending on clothes is $1,803 a year, compared with $1,726 for white households. 1990 household income was only $16,000 in Harlem, about half the national average. [[Hillsborough CA Sheez, what an posh neighborhood. Peninsula south of San Francisco. Source: http://remax1.com/samia-CRS/hillsbo.html Hillsborough G8 is 99th percentile in writing, median house is over $500,000 20% Asian, balance White, 22% immigrant, 56% 4+ college Median Household Income.................... $123,625 Average Household Income................... $185,381 Per Capita Income.......................... $63,302 Place of Work Worked in county of residence.............. 57.93% Worked in Hillsborough..................... 10.26% 70% of homes have 4 or more bedrooms Median Monthly Owner Costs as Percentage of Household Income With a mortgage............................ 29.2% Not mortgaged.............................. 11.5% Median Monthly Owner Costs With a mortgage............................ $2001 [[Irvine CA \clip\98\18\irvine.txt Irvine Grows as Chinese Gateway Schools, High-Tech Jobs Are Magnets Creating a Demographic Shift By NANCY CLEELAND, Times Staff Writer Los Angeles Times, Monday, December 7, 1998 Irvine's University High School ethnicity is now 40% Asian IRVINE Total Asians: 6,130 Chinese: 31% Korean: 19% Japanese: 17% Vietnamese: 12% Filipino: 8% Asian Indian: 8% Others: 5% \clip\97\19\ocsat.txt Los Angeles Times Wednesday, August 27, 1997 O.C.'s SAT Scores Again Beat U.S., State Averages Education: Bigger course loads boost achievement, official says. But some schools slip from 1996 results. By TINA NGUYEN, Times Staff Writer http://www.latimes.com/HOME/NEWS/ORANGE/FRONT/t000076074.html " As in years past, Irvine Unified's University High School had the county's highest average SAT scores: 574 on the verbal portion, 634 on math. " [[Jonestown Missisippi (a town with extreme black poverty) \doc\96\01\govtplan.txt "The Government's plantations" The Economist July 11, 1992 p. 26. Poverty in the Missisippi Delta among rural blacks in Jonestown, Missisippi. Nearly all black, half under 14, 3/4 of adults are women, nearly every household receives some form of government assistance. Fewer than 40% of students graduate high school. Most men have left town. Only 5% employed full time [[Kansas city MO School district is dominated by black students doc936\kansasc.xls,.txt all W65.0 B29.4 H3.9 A1.1 N0.5 u18 W54.1 B38.7 H5.2 A1.3 N0.5 [[king co wa (Seattle Washington) http://www.edc-sea.org/business/markdemo.html#population King County is the 12th largest U.S. county, up from the 18th largest in 1980. King County residents numbered 1,65X,800 in 1998, representing nearly 30% of Washington State's total population. doc\94\4\kingco.xls w83.3 b5.0 A7.7 H2.9 N1.1 O0.1 \clip\99\18\wealt.txt http://www.seattletimes.com/news/local/html98/grow_19990910.html Friday September 10, 1999 We're wealthier, but many can't afford a house by Mike Lindblom Seattle Times Eastside bureau Salaries in the county averaged $41,275 last year, 34 percent higher than in 1994, a new county report says, 24 adjusted for inflation. If software workers - who averaged $291,000, including stock options - were excluded, the average salary dropped to $36,700, but still about $2,000 more than in 1994, adjusting for inflation. [[King Queen County Virginia \doc\97\03\kingquen.txt 56.7%W 41.75B \clip\97\13\king.txt County has better than expected test scores (70%) for income and poverty levels. [[Kirkland wa Upscale suburb where I live, some blocks have Asians in every other 3rd house, but mostly white. \doc\95\10\kirklan1.txt King County (pt.): ZIP=98034 (Kirkland / Juanita Washington) tables 8,9,10,11,12,57,58,59,82,114a,115a,116a [[Kitsap co doc\94\4\kingco.xls [[Leicester England INDIANS MAKE SMOOTH TRANSITION TO NONWHITE MINORITY z48\clip\2001\02\britcit.txt February 8, 2001 British City Defines Diversity and Tolerance By WARREN HOGE http://www.nytimes.com/2001/02/08/world/08BRIT.html?pagewanted=all Jonathan Player for The New York Times Students say discrimination is not a problem in Leicester, England, which is approaching a nonwhite majority. [[Lilburn GA Home of best high school in Metro Atlanta area 94.3% white 2.2% black Median household income $40,708 College 4+ 31.2% \doc\97\02\lilburn.txt [[Los angeles Map of Los Angeles % pop doc938\lacity.xls W37.3 B13.0 A9.2 H39.9 NA0.3 O0.3 schools 1993-94 CBEDS W22.5 B12.1 H54.2 A11.0 N0.3 \doc\95\01\blakleav.txt - Blacks leave Los Angeles, resent immigrant success. 12% Asian by 2000 (actually probably 20%) los angeles county doc938\laco.xls w40.8 b10.5 A10.2 H37.8 N0.3 O0.2 \doc\96\03\laundoc.txt Los Angeles Population by immigration status 75% rest 9.2 million 25% immigrants or related ------------------------------------ 2.3 million - immmigrants or related 6.9% legal immigrants 7.8% amnesty groups 7.6% undocumented / illegal 2.7% citizen children of undocumented Sources: Immigration and Naturalization Service INS Yearbook 1991 and 1996, Los Angeles County, Internal Services Department "Evauating Costs, Benefits of Immigration" San Francisco Chronicle June 23, 1993 p. A6 San Francisco Chronicle [[Los Altos, CA Affluent most white Silicon Valley Suburb, excellent school scores. doc937\losaltos.xls economics [[Lowell, MA Old mill town in decline has a high number of poor Asian refugees. 28% Asian student population is the highest in the state. SAT scores are about state average despite below average incomes. schools \priv\96\03\lowell.txt "Lowell Says Flow of Immigrants Strapping its school system" Boston Glove April 26, 1988 p. 26 21% of its students are Asian, one of the highest concentrations on the East coast \priv\96B\03\LOWELL~1.HTM Source: Massachusetts Executive Office of Education Diversity in the District 1994 District State Hispanic 21.7% 9.0% African American 3.2% 8.0% Asian American 27.9% 3.7% Native American 0.1% 0.2% White 47.2% 79.1% Special Education 14.7% 16.8% Percent with bachelor's degree: 15.5% (27.2)* •Per capita income: 12,701 ($17,224)* Percent of families below poverty level: 15.1% (6.7)* SAT math 470 vs 476 state average - way below average income and above poverty, but equal to average in SAT scores, probably due to high percentage of poor Asians who perform relatively well for their income, if not exceptionally. [[Massachusetts "UMass Poll Offers Insights on Asian Americans" UMass Poll of 300 nonwhite residents, 114 Asian residents of Massachusetts spring 1998. U Massachusetts Boston Institute for Asian American Studies, Institute News Summer 1998 p. 1 67% diversity is good Racial conditions better w50 h43 a40 b29 discrimination last 3 months a25 b33 h31 if disc, "very often" A57 B60 H52 Asians affirmative action 31% more 33% ok, 17% less Maintain or increase immigration A79% H60% Bilingual Asian 58% nonenglish, 46% english only Hisp 81% nonenglish, white 61% english only Asian 46% born in US, 74% US citizen (much higher than population) Voter rate when eligible to vote w86 B72 H78 A71 Turnout when eligible to vote (citizen 18+) W72 B59 A59 H58 Turnout among registered W84 B82 A83 H74 Asian party 38% Demo 19% Repub, 24% Indep 46% between conservative and liberal, 28% liberal 16% conservative [[Matterson Illinois Middle class 50/50 black white suburb mentioned in "Dialoge of Dishonesty" by Ellis Cose Newsweek June 30,1997 [[Mercer Island WA #1 WASL and ITBS test scores for public school district in WA state, but only a 10 min drive from inner city Seattle schools. 5TH MOST EXPENSIVE CITY OVER 14,000 IN USA "Pricey, yes, but also irresistible to residents" Kristina Shevory Seattle Times Jan 9, 2003 B3 December survey by CNN and Money magazine ranked 5th most expensive in country after Wellesley Mass, Darien Conn, Lake Forest Ill, Danville CA. 1,550 sf house costs $380,000 ONLY 1% BLACK, BUT 8% ASIAN. EVEN BLACKS 42% COLLEGE GRAD \doc\96\04\mercispo.prn 1990 US Census Data Mercer Island city: FIPS STATE=53, Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35 Total 20816 100.0% 31438 60.3% 61572 White 18848 90.5% 32491 60.8% 76.0% Black 163 0.8% 28390 42.2% 78.3% American Indian, Eskimo, 42 0.2% 31919 48.1% 46.2% Asian or Pacific Islande 1674 8.0% 21042 59.9% 56.0% Other race 89 0.4% 9429 0.0% 16.0% Hispanic 269 1.3% 13867 38.3% 20.8% [[Milwaukee Wisconsin MILWAUKEE SCHOOLS OVER 50% BLACK IN 1994 89 WBHA 33% 54% 8% 5% \doc\94\15\minneap.wk1,.txt MILWAUKEE REMAINS MOST SEGREGATED, ONLY 41% BLACKS FINISH HIGH SCHOOL z63\clip\2002\12\milwauk.txt The Old South, Up North Milwaukee is the most segregated metro area, data show. Its black residents face glaring inequities in income, schools and home loans. Milwaukee is home to three-quarters of Wisconsin's African American residents...just 41% of black students finish high school - the lowest rate in the country. By Stephanie Simon LA Times Staff Writer December 30 2002 [[minneapolis \doc\95\05\minnap.wk1 - socioeconomic breakdown see censum.wk1 \clip\97\05\asia96.txt Seattle Times MINNEAPOLIS' LESSONS ON NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS Date: June 11, 1996 Section: NEWS Page: A1 Seattle Minneapolis . Total student population 46,225 46,837 . Racial breakdown of student body: . Caucasian 41.3% 36% . African-American 22.7% 40% . Asian 25% 12% . Latino 8% 4.4% . Native American 3% 6.5% . Students who receive free 41% 60% . or reduced-price lunches, . a measure of poverty . [[Monterey park California (near Los Angeles) doc\94\4\montpark.xls w11.7 b0.5 h31.3 a56.0 N0.2 O0.2 Predomonantly Asian city ruled by whites who aren't giving up without a fight [[Mukilteo, Washington 1990 US Census Data Database: C90STF3A Mukilteo city: FIPS STATE=53, FIPS PLACE90=47735 Hinc El-High Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $ 35kSchool Total 7007 100.0%$20,377 28.4% White 6701 93.6%$20,337 28.6% 69.5% 89.9% Black 58 0.8%$26,883 26.5% 60.0% 1.1% American Indian, Eskimo, 55 0.8%$35,482 0.0% 57.1% 2.5% Asian or Pacific Islande 161 2.3%$14,351 36.2% 70.5% 4.7% Other race 32 0.5%$21,250 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% Hispanic 140 2.0% $520 0.0% 54.1% 1.8% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $46, 993 Private elem or high sch 6.6% Test Scores: CTBS Total Reading LanguageMath Mukilteo 59 51 48 44 (note below average math scores) http://www.seattletimes.com/extra/browse/html97/sseffect_ 111997.html Copyright © 1997 The Seattle Times Company Wednesday, Nov. 19, 1997 IMPROVING OUR SCHOOLS Schools that expect success - and get it The school is in a working-class community - "the freeway side of Mukilteo," one teacher calls it - and draws its 552 students from many single-parent homes and large apartment complexes. About 40 percent students' families are low-income. [[new jersey suburbs of eastwater, z48\clip\2001\03\njers.txt New York Times March 9, 2001 Hispanics and Asians Fuel New Jersey's Population Growth By JANNY SCOTT Hispanics up 50% The Asian population increased by 77 percent, to more than 480,000, making up nearly 6 percent of the state. \priv\96\20\edgewatr.txt Edgewater attracts Hispanics, Fort Lee attracts Koreans [[new york city doc93A\NYC.* new york city total W45.6 B26.7 H20.1 A7.1 NA0.3 O0.3 under18 W30.4 B32.6 H29.3 A6.9 NA0.3 O0.6 OVER 1/3 OF NYC ARE IMMIGRANTS IN 1996 \clip\97\28\nyimm.txt New York Continues to Be Shaped by New Immigrants, Study Finds The New York Times, December 1, 1997 By DAVID M. HALBFINGER Hispanics probably outnumber blacks, immigrants were 35% by 1996, will be 38% by 2000, nearly matching 1910 peak of 40%. 46% of school-age children in households headed by immigrant. No Asian American has been elected in New York City. http://www.nyu.edu/urban/research/immigrants/ immigrantreportDec1.htm Immigration Is Transforming New York City (Taub Urban Research Center] \clip\97\28\nyc\nyc.htm \doc\web\97\09\nyced.wk1 White more educated than Asians in NYC Education by Race in New York City 1996 HS Drop HSGrad+ Coll Grad White 15.30% 45.90% 38.80% Black 24.90% 56.60% 18.50% Asian 23.90% 40.00% 36.10% Hispanic 41.90% 45.90% 12.20% Index Ranked by College Grad: HS Drop HSGrad+ Coll Grad White 1.00 1.00 1.00 Asian 1.56 -1.15 -1.07 Black 1.63 1.23 -2.10 Hispanic 2.74 1.00 -3.18 Asians are slightly less likely than whites to be Coll Grad, but almost as likely as Blacks to be HS dropout Blacks, Hispanics 1.6,3X HS Dropout, 1/2, 1/3 college grad. Source: 1996 NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey http://www.nyu.edu/urban/research/immigrants/ immigrantreportDec1.htm 1-Dec-97 Percentage of Children with Foreign-born parents 1980 1996 White 26.7% 36.6% Black 21.5% 37.7% Asian 95.7% 95.7% Hispanic 31.2% 50.9% Nearly all Asian children have immigrant parents in NYC, half of Hispanics, and over 1/3 of Whites and Blacks. [[new york brooklyn doc\94\8\priv\brookny.txt - new brooklyn chinatown [[Norfolk VA 61% black school system \clip\97\04\norfteac.txt THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT DATE: Thursday, March 7, 1996 TAG: 9603050099 SECTION: NORFOLK COMPASS PAGE: 12 EDITION: FINAL SOURCE: BY JON GLASS, STAFF WRITER MORE BLACK TEACHERS HIRED BY NORFOLK SCHOOLS IN 1995 106 of the 263 teachers hired, or 40.4 percent, were black, while 151, or 57.4 percent, were ``European American'' and six, or 2.2 percent, were Asian or Hispanic. About 61 percent of the city's students are black, while about 35 percent are white, and the remainder Asian, Hispanic or other race. [[Oakland CA School system is 52% black in 1990, was made famous by resolution to teach black children in "Ebonics", and typical example of predominantly black school system with a poor reputation By contrast, 46% of white parents have 4-yr college degrees, these are the folks up in the affluent hills who are way beyond national average for whites. This shows why it is unfair to compare minorities against whites in the district instead of average whites nation wide. Asians actually have LOWER per-capita incomes than blacks, but are somewhat better educated. doc\96\08\oakland.wk1 1990 Census, from STF3 table Hinc Schools Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $35k Total 372242 100.0%$14,676 27.2% White 120855 19.2%$23,461 46.0% 49.5% 10.3% Black 163526 43.9%$10,940 14.1% 29.6% 52.1% American Indian, Eskimo, 2325 0.6%$13,112 13.9% 35.6% 0.7% Asian or Pacific Islande 55332 14.9%$10,285 22.8% 36.9% 19.0% Other race 30204 8.1% $7,916 6.9% 34.0% 12.2% Hispanic 0 13.2% $8,537 10.8% 34.1% 18.0% Household Inc $27,095 Private elem or high sch 13.3% White is minus Hispanic SAT-9 scores by grade 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 reading 37 34 31 29 28 25 31 21 22 25 math 41 39 32 32 33 32 34 40 33 37 District Profile OAKLAND UNIFIED [Image] FISCAL YEAR: 98/99 Enrollment by Ethnicity - 98/99 [Image] As % of Total Enrollment Ethnicity Enrollment District Statewide American Indian 289 0.5% 0.9% Asian 9,239 17.0% 8.1% Pacific Islander 535 1.0% 0.6% Filipino 455 0.8% 2.4% Hispanic 13,402 24.7% 41.3% African American 26,868 49.5% 8.7% White 3,166 5.8% 37.8% Multiple / No 302 0.6% 0.3% Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Unit - CBEDS Graduates by Ethnicity - 97/98 As % of Total Graduates Ethnicity Graduates District Statewide American Indian 2 0.1% 0.9% Asian 464 28.4% 11.1% Pacific Islander 10 0.6% 0.7% Filipino 22 1.3% 3.4% Hispanic 281 17.2% 31.0% African American 773 47.3% 7.5% White 81 5.0% 45.4% Multiple / No 1 0.1% 0.1% Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Unit - CBEDS Graduates Eligible for UC-CSU* by Ethnicity - 97/98 As % of Total Graduates in each Ethnic Group Graduates Eligible for Ethnicity UC-CSU District Statewide Asian 287 61.9% 59.4% Filipino 7 31.8% 44.0% White 42 51.9% 41.0% Total 538 32.9% 36.6% Pacific Islander 4 40.0% 28.2% African American 141 18.2% 27.8% Hispanic 56 19.9% 23.8% American Indian 0 0.0% 22.5% Multiple / No Response 1 100.0% 18.6 % *These students have completed all high school courses required for UC-CSU admission. Percent is calculated by dividing the number of UC-CSU eligible students of each ethnic group by the total number of graduates in that ethnic group Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Unit - CBEDS Dropouts by Ethnicity - 97/98 [Image] District District Statewide Statewide 1-Year 4-Year 1-Year 4-Year Dropout Dropout Dropout Dropout Ethnicity Rate Rate Rate Rate American Indian 4.6% 20.8% 4.2% 16.7% Asian 3.9% 14.7% 1.6% 6.3% Pacific Islander 6.5% 25.9% 3.3% 13.0% Filipino 9.0% 31.0% 1.9% 7.7% Hispanic 6.3% 25.4% 4.1% 16.3% African American 6.0% 23.1% 4.4% 17.4% White 5.8% 20.5% 1.9% 7.5% Total 5.6% 21.8% 2.9% 11.7% 1-year rate: The total number of dropouts in each grade, 9 through 12, divided by the total high school enrollment. The result is expressed as a percentage. 4-year rate: The estimated percent of students who will drop out during a four-year period, calculated using the dropout rate for each grade (9-12). The Multiple / No Response category was added in 1997-98; however, enrollment information for these students had not been collected the prior fall, so it is not possible to calculate a dropout rate. Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Unit - CBEDS As % of Enrollment Special Population Count District Statewide EL (formerly LEP): English Learner Students, Spring Count 18,690 34.4% 24.7% Free/Reduced Price Meals for Children 32,951 60.8% 47.6% CalWORKs (formerly AFDC): California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids, October 22,728 41.9% 16.1% Count Source: California Department of Education, School Fiscal Services Division - CalWORKs Report; Educational Demographics Unit - Language Census Teachers by Ethnicity- 98/99 [Image] District Statewide As % of As % of Total Total Ethnicity Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers American Indian 23 0.8% 2,111 0.7% Asian 244 8.7% 11,253 4.0% Pacific Islander 7 0.2% 606 0.2% Filipino 34 1.2% 2,618 0.9% Hispanic 283 10.1% 34,371 12.1% African American 856 30.5% 14,432 5.1% White 1,347 48.0% 216,499 76.2% Multiple / No Response 14 0.5% 2,140 0.8% Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Unit - CBEDS Based on tables published by Education Data Partnership URL: http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us [[Orange County CA RACE (1990) Universe: Persons 78.6 White.......................................................... .......1896724 64.3 NonHispanic White 1.7 Black.......................................................... .........41632 0.5 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut.......................................12834 10.4 Asian or Pacific Islander..............................................250136 Other race........................................................... ..209230 Universe: Persons of Hispanic origin 23.1 Total.......................................................... ........556957 Not of Hispanic origin (000-001, 006-199).............................1853599 Total 2410556 [[Paterson NJ Paterson has some of the worst SAT scores in New Jersey and its schools have been taken over by the state. It is nearly all black or Hispanic, only 9% have 4 years of college, PC income is only $10,518, median household income is only $26,900 \doc\96\08\paterson.wk1 Med Hinc Schools Num % PCIncome%4Coll HouseIncOver $35k Total 140891 100.0%$10,518 8.7%$26, 960 White 58052 21.8%$12,273 10.6% 35.8% 10.0% Black 50799 36.1% $9,901 6.9% 38.3% 39.2% American Indian, Eskimo, 430 0.3% $8,640 0.0% 35.3% 0.3% Asian or Pacific Islande 1913 1.4%$10,680 35.2% 43.5% 1.3% Other race 29697 21.1% $8,160 5.5% 35.5% 25.8% Hispanic 57050 40.5% $8,362 4.9% 35.7% 49.3% Private elem or high sch 19.1% White is minus Hispanic [[Philadelphia schools: Mostly black doc\94\12\philsch.txt W22 B62 O6 [[Provincetown MA (high concentration of gay men) c:\clip\96\05\ptown.txt The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition October 3, 1996 Well Accustomed to Loss, Town Faces New Realities of Survival By BARBARA CARTON Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL [Provincetown Mass deals with drug that makes AIDS patients live onger. 1 in 15 has AIDS in this Mass town] [[pierce co wa County that has Tacoma WA doc\94\4\kingco.xls [[Prince George County, MD Prince George County is an affluent predominantly African-American suburb of Washington DC, but their SAT scores are not very good, except when measured against other blacks in the state. It ranks in the bottom 22 of 24 districts in the state despite its affluence. By contrast Bellevue WA is one of the best districts in WA state (nearly 30% Asian), but incomes are lower than PG County. Crime rates are also very high, as noteable as the more notorious Washington DC, despite high incomes. HIGHEST INCOME MAJORITY BLACK AREA http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/metro/graphics/census_rankings_060402.html Median household income, majority African American 1. Prince George $55,256 2. Dekalb Ga $49,117 3. Charles City VA $42,745 4. Clayton Ga $42,697 5. Wash DC $40,127 Census 2000 Ranking Washington Post chart AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS NOT AS RICH AS INCOME WOULD INDICATE link Ken Berstein says that entire county not indicative of students MOST DC AREA SLAYINGS IN DC AND PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY z63\clip\2002\12\pgmurd.txt Homicide Count Up 12% This Year D.C., Pr. George's Post Biggest Increases By David A. Fahrenthold Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, December 29, 2002; Page C01 "Most the area's killings continued to take place on the urban streets of the District and Prince George's County. The District 259 killings as of Friday, up from 233 in all of 2001, and Prince George's reported 135 slayings this year, up from 117. " Orrfield 1996 p. 266 - In the Mid 80s, Prince George County was among the top 30% of US counties in average household income. WHITES LESS COMFORTABLE IN MAJORITY BLACK SUBURB P. GEORGE z57\priv\2002\08\pgeorg.txt Pr. George's Perspectives Split Along Color Lines Blacks More Satisfied With County, Poll Finds By Paul Schwartzman and Claudia Deane Washington Post Staff Writers Sunday, August 25, 2002; Page A1 As one of the few majority-black suburban counties in the country, Prince George's has long been viewed as a national model of racial diversity. As the county's population of blacks has grown to more than 60 percent since 1990, African Americans have captured powerful political seats Blacks were twice as likely to be satisfied with the public schools and to view the police force as being overly aggressive. PRINCE GEORGE TESTS 2ND LAST ONLY TO BALTIMORE MARYLAND 10/24/98 \clip\98\15\ohiogap.txt Washington Post: In Ohio, Black-White Achievement Gap Puzzles Educators In Ohio, Black-White Achievement Gap Puzzles Educators By Michael A. Fletcher Washington Post Staff Writer SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio The problem is an issue of particular concern in Prince George's County ­ hailed as a black middle-class mecca, yet ranked as having the second-lowest achieving school system in Maryland, ahead of only Baltimore. \priv\96\20\pringeor.txt From: NewsHound@sjmercury.com (NewsHound) Supreme Court Justice Defies Protesters, Speaks At School BY JANELLE CARTER Associated Press SEAT PLEASANT, Md. (AP) Out of 120,000 students in the Prince George's County system, 71 percent are black. The county has 772,000 residents and is considered the most affluent predominantly black community in the nation. The average household income is $50,988. (vs. Bellevue $43,800) Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35k Total 729268 100.0% 17391 25.5% 43127 White 314559 43.1% 20315 29.7% 67.1% Black 369622 50.7% 15496 20.2% 38.2% American Indian, Eskimo, 2808 0.4% 14554 17.5% 30.0% Asian or Pacific Islande 27922 3.8% 13725 47.4% 39.3% Other race 14357 2.0% 9775 10.7% 27.5% Hispanic 28927 4.0% 11612 17.8% 32.0% 51% black, 20% college, $15,496 per capita income, $43,127 income isn't bad These folks aren't poor, that's for sure. "STRUGGLING TO RAISE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE" \clip\97\19\satmont.txt http://www.WashingtonPost.com/wp-srv/WPlate/1997-08/27/112l- 082797-idx.html Washington Post aug 27, 1997 SAT Scores Rise In Montgomery, Prince George's Prince George's County posted a six-point increase in its combined verbal and math scores to 895. Although still below both the Maryland and national averages, the score marks the largest one-year gain in 15 years for a school system struggling to raise academic performance. public relations - SAT 412M, 373V, only slightly better than US black average of 388 M, worse than Baldwin Park, Gilroy, East San Jose, or Los Angeles. Comment - even the most affulent black community in the US has poor SAT test scores, bottom 22 out of 24 school districts in Maryland FY 1996 Prince George County Schools Annual Report to The Community Cost K-12 per student $$5,648, Average Teacher Salary $42,380 "One of the missions of the school system's instructional program deals with equitable achievement and participation of African American students, particularly males. In G5 and G8, AfAm males outperformed their state counterparts in 5 of 6 areas, G3 in all areas. AfAm females outperformed their state counterparts in all content areas [but this was compared with other blacks, whose performance was much worse than whites, the report made no mention of poor overall performance, bottom 22 of 24 in state in MSAP] School Dist by Race W20.2 B70.3 A4.1 H5.0 AI 0.4, But most schools are nearly all black or mostly white. Special programs booklet explains that all are subject to racial quotas, for example, the Montessori and French immersion are limited to mostly white, others are limited to mostly black (huh? Is that was ML King had in mind???) [[Redmond WA The home of microsoft has a small black population, but their per capita income was higher than whites. (maybe they all have microsoft stock?) doc\94\5\redmond.xls w89.5 b1.3 h2.5 a6.2 n0.5 o0.1 (template) doc\95\10\redmond2.txt 98052 zip code Per capita income in 1989: Inc Pop White..............................20144 34477 Black............................. 24834 ..480 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut..13947 ..174 Asian or Pacific Islander..........17133 .2283 Other race..........................8715 ..243 \doc\95\05\redmon2.wk1 - blacks 38% college, higher pc income than whites. [[Renton, WA Renton is turning into an extension of central Seattle with Renton High School 38% black, and 3 elementary schools near central Seattle being mostly black. Perhaps it is becoming a middle class black suburb extension of the poor Rainier Valley area. The hills around Fairwood boast Lindbergh High School, which is one of the better high schools in the region with demographics and test scores similar to Bellevue and the affluent Eastside. The district is 18% Asian, making it second only to Seattle in the Puget Sound. http://www.seattletimes.com/extra/browse/html97/rent_051497. html \clip\97\13\renton.txt Wednesday, May 14, 1997 Renton: Is Jet City finally taking off? by Putsata Reang Seattle Times Eastside bureau \clip\97\05\asia96.txt Seattle Times Nov 20, 1996 Profile Guide to High Schools Hazen W75 B 8 H3 A13 N2 Renton W37 B38 H4 A19 N1 Lindbergh W68 B 9 H3 A17 N2 Tahoma W94 B 1 H1 A 3 N1 (Maple Valley) \priv\95\12\rentonhi.txt While Lindbergh and Hazen are 75 percent white, Renton High's W51 **B38%** H3 17A (that makes it one of the highest percent black in Washington state!) school district W40.3 B36.8 H3.0 A18.4 N1.5 <- 2nd highest Asian after Seattle? Lindbergh HS CFAS math = 59, renton = 51. 15% Asian [[Richland WA Home of Hanford Nuclear reservation. Test scores are excellent for their modest socioeconomic background. Government payroll nuclear scientists are very smart, but not very rich. \doc\96\04\richlapo.prn 1990 US Census Data Richland city: FIPS STATE=53, FIPS PLACE90=58235 Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35 k Total 32354 100.0% 17085 34.7% 36626 White 30022 92.8% 17324 34.1% 52.5% Black 366 1.1% 16333 31.2% 25.9% American Indian, Eskimo, 234 0.7% 11842 3.0% 12.8% Asian or Pacific Islande 1118 3.5% 16672 64.1% 38.7% Other race 614 1.9% 8629 24.7% 15.5% Hispanic 1112 3.4% 10687 30.4% 30.2% [[Richmond, CA High minority, troubled population in SF Bay Area doc936\richmond.xls [[Richmond County GA This county is nearly half Black, its Davidson Magnet High School has the highest SAT scores in Georgia, but there is nothing unusual about this community other than the schools are 54% black, and the magnet school is over 40% black. Richmond is the site of a major military base Fort Gordon Georgia State K12 Report Card \doc\97\03\richmond\student\student.htm W32.8 B63.6 H1.9 A0.9 N0.1 M0.7 FL64.3 \doc\97\03\richmond\test\test.htm SAT V458 M456 T914 state V488 M482 T970 new M420 M450 ACT18.6 state 20.3 \doc\97\03\richmond\itbs\itbs.htm G3 reading 1995-96 39/51 40/51 G3 math 1995-96 45/59 40/53 TAP G11 reading 1995-96 36/47 33/46 G11 math 1995-96 49/58 46/56 http://www.armedforces.com/sitesmus/GAGORDON/EDUC.HTM This is unusual - either the best schools serve huge metro areas, or very rich areas. The U.S. Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon, the Home of the Signal Corps," trains more soldiers than any other branch training center of the United States Army Thoughout the years, the Signal Corps has been on the cutting edge of advancements in communications technology. Adapting the telephone to military usage, facilitating the standari- zation of the vacuum tube, developing RADAR and FM radio during World War II and incorporating satellite communications and computer technology are just some of the Signal Corp's many accomplishments. Population assigned-served...... : 62,655 Active Duty Officer.......... : 1,729 Active Duty Enlisted......... : 10,633 Active duty Warrant.......... : 186 Family Members............... : 11,323 Family Members............... : 4,139 Retirees..................... : 10,477 Family Members of Ret........ : 21,061 Civilian Employees........... : 4,703 Richmond County Georgia, STF3 Analysis Hinc El-High Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $35School Total 189719 100.0%$11,799 17.3% White 104316 53.1%$15,009 21.7% 40.7% 41.3% Black 79615 42.0% $7,733 9.8% 21.8% 54.0% American Indian, Eskimo, 651 0.3%$10,166 15.4% 21.7% 0.2% Asian or Pacific Islande 3451 1.8% $9,846 27.2% 40.5% 2.0% Other race 1686 0.9% $9,790 14.2% 33.7% 1.0% Hispanic 3660 1.9%$10,327 24.6% 38.9% 2.4% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $25,265 Private elem or high sch 8.6% \doc\97\03\richmond.txt STF3 extract Richmond County Board of Education Location..................... : 2083 Heckle St Aug,Ga 30910 Telephone.................... : (706) 737-7200 Proximity to site............ : 1-12 miles Hours........................ : 0800-1600 Number of schools............ : 59 TEST SCORES Average test scores (94) Reading................... : Not available Math...................... : Not available Sat....................... : Verbal 377,Math 425,Total 802 [[rhode island doc942\priv\ripop.txt - more hispanics [[Rolling Meadows, Illinois Median income is $46,000, 80% white, cited for high math scores Hinc El-High Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $35kSchool Total 22591 100.0%$20,045 27.6% White 20944 81.6%$20,433 26.7% 66.5% 79.3% Black 343 1.5%$16,656 43.9% 56.7% 0.9% American Indian, Eskimo, 30 0.1%$11,583 0.0% 54.5% 0.0% Asian or Pacific Islande 800 3.5%$16,528 59.1% 70.0% 4.1% Other race 474 2.1%$11,830 4.3% 80.8% 2.4% Hispanic 2519 11.2% $9,556 3.3% 59.9% 15.6% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $45, 764 Private elem or high sch 13.5% [[roosevelt, NY 91% black school district \priv\95\07\roos.txt NYT 6/8/95 91% B 8% H <1% W Yet the Roosevelt School Board ostensibly spends almost as much - $10,000 per pupil - as the average for Nassau County, Domenech said. [[Sacramento County \doc\95\07\sacramen.txt W69.3 B9.0 H11.7 A8.8 N0.9 [[San Francisco, CA - Highest percentage of Asians of any major US city, half of school students are Asian, many very poor, with performance equal to whites in Silicon Valley. Performance of black children is no better than predominantly black Oakland district across the bay. The city is also reputed to have the highest concentration of gay men, and highest rate of AIDS in the nation. Even lesbian women have relatively high HIV rates. "Domestic Partners: Morality and Legality" Seattle Times Feb 2, 1997 p. A7 The gay population is estimated at 100,000, or 15% of all residents (note, some voter polls came up with 15%, since gays vote at higher than average rates, they are likely less than 15% of residents) total pop = 723,959 san francisco doc938\sfcity.xls W46.6 B10.5 A28.4 H13.9 NA0.4 OT0.2 San Francisco schools 89 WBHA 15% 19% 19% 47% Racial Population Groups Santa San of California Counties Clara Francisco White 68.924% 53.564% Black 3.753% 10.918% AmIndian, Esk or Aleut 0.619% 0.477% American Indian 0.599% 0.449% Eskimo 0.008% 0.010% Aleut 0.012% 0.018% Asian or Pacific Islander 17.459% 29.128% Asian: Chinese 4.342% 17.562% Filipino 4.108% 5.891% 42,648 Japanese 1.771% 1.664% Asian Indian 1.346% 0.423% Korean 1.039% 0.862% Vietnamese 3.620% 1.342% Cambodian 0.264% 0.206% Hmong 0.003% 0.001% Laotian 0.109% 0.117% Thai 0.059% 0.103% Other Asian 0.353% 0.444% Pacific Islander Hawaiian 0.154% 0.132% Samoan 0.120% 0.271% Tongan 0.016% 0.019% Other Polynesian 0.004% 0.006% Guamanian 0.115% 0.058% OtherMicronesian 0.007% 0.004% Melanesian 0.024% 0.013% Pac. Isl., not specified 0.006% 0.010% Other Race 9.244% 5.913% [[San Francisco Peninsula Samia S. Morgan's Northern California Relocation Headquarters This has census demographics and school test scores for some of the poshest and most affluent cities in the SF bay area. [[San Joaquin Valley CA \priv\96b\08\sanjoaq.txt San Joaquin Valley High In Minority Populations SACRAMENTO (AP) 7/15/96 If the region were a state, they would be #2 in SE Asians from Cambodia, Hmong and Laos, 3rd in Mexicans, [[San Jose, CA - Has a few census tracts that are majority Asian, suburban Asia towns. For complete tables of ranking San Jose zip codes by, race, income, education etc. http://www.sjmercury.com/news/local/census/zipcodes/zipcodes. htm local \clip\97\04\sanjose.wtf (webvcr) SILICON VALLEY ZIP CODES WITH MOST AND FEWEST ASIANS http://www.sjmercury.com/news/local/census/zipcodes/asian.htm \DOC\97\02\SJASIAN.TXT Rank ID City Population Asian 1 95131 SAN JOSE 18,425 45% 2 95133 SAN JOSE 24,136 39% 3 95148 SAN JOSE 37,413 37% 4 95054 SANTA CLARA 10,370 36% 5 95121 SAN JOSE 32,572 35% 6 95132 SAN JOSE 37,995 33% 7 95035 MILPITAS 50,907 33% 8 95122 SAN JOSE 52,543 28% 9 95111 SAN JOSE 48,286 22% 10 95014 CUPERTINO 47,598 22% 47 95124 SAN JOSE 44,595 6% 48 94035 MOUNTAIN VIEW 790 5% 49 95032 LOS GATOS 18,189 5% 50 95030 LOS GATOS 25,881 4% 51 95134 SAN JOSE 4,324 4% 52 95110 SAN JOSE 17,437 4% 53 95125 SAN JOSE 42,573 4% 54 95020 GILROY 39,878 3% 55 95140 MT HAMILTON 37 3% 56 95002 ALVISO 2,179 1% \doc\95\10\sanjose1.txt - 95131 ZIP (more Asian than White) doc\94\18\priv\asiansj.txt SJM FEEL, SIGHTS OF HOME DRAW ASIANS TO NEIGHBORHOOD SJM 8/23/94 san jose doc939\sanjose.xls W49.6 B4.4 H26.6 A18.7 NA0.5 O0.2 under 18 W39.4 B4.9 H34.5 A20.5 NA0.5 O0.3 san jose doc933\evergr.txt san jose berryessa doc938\paccen.mcw 47% Asian near shopping center san jose berryessa doc938\beryrace.xls W38 B9 H10 A45 doc\94\8\censum.xls 62% Asian census tract san jose evergreen feb 2, 93 6B SJM Evergreen School Dist 39A 30H 20W 8B east santa clara \priv\96b\01\eastsant.txt - blighted diverse neighborhood gets nicer \priv\96b\05\sepways.txt - segregation in San Jose. [[san marino CA called "Asian Beverly Hills" (Bellvue WA) Journal American (NY Times) doc\94\9\sanmarin.wk1 60% of high school students are Asian "Gang-linked violence jolts affluent suburb" June 7, 1994 All: W62.4 B0.2 H5.1 A32.1 N0.1 U18 W49.6 B0.2 H4.3 A45.5 N0.1 doc\94\10\sanmarinsc.txt - san marino ranks among best school districts http://www.arthurhu.com/index/citypop#santaclaraco [[Santa Clara County CA "Silicon Valley" features White managers, Asian engineers, assemblers and entrepenuers, Black politicians, Hispanic janitors, and lots of immigrants. SANTA CLARA, MARIN, SAN MATEO RICHEST, THEN CONTRA COSTA Southern California: Southland's Average Family Income Dropped in the '90s http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-000034324may15.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dcalifornia Northern California's high-tech industries also attracted large numbers of highly educated immigrants. Santa Clara County, which has roughly the same proportion of foreign-born residents as L.A. County, saw its median income climb 16.5% to $70,243 in the '90s. When incomes are compared by counties, three tiers emerge, with wealth heavily concentrated in the San Francisco Bay Area. With median household incomes above $70,000, Santa Clara, Marin and San Mateo counties ranked at the top, followed by Contra Costa County at more than $63,000." \clip\98\11\baypop.txt http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/ archive/1998/09/ 04 /MN32368.DTL `Minority Majority' Well on Way in State Striking changes in new census data Ramon G. McLeod, Chronicle Staff Writer San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, September 4, 1998 SANTA CLARA county '90 '97 Latino, Hispanic 21% 25% White, non-Hispanic 58% 51% Black 4% 4% American Indian 0% 1% Asian and Pacific Islander 17% 21% Total population 1,497,905 1,609,037 doc938\stclarac.xls W58.1 B3.5 H21 A16.8 N0.4 O0.2 doc943\sclarapo.txt - population by race and ancestry [[Santa Monica City - Affluent most white home town of OJ Simpson Santa Monica from Census STF3 1990 see \doc\97\02\santmoni.wk1 Hinc El-Hig Num % PCIncome%4Coll Over $35kSchool Total 86905 100.0%$29,134 43.4% White 72116 69.4%$31,506 45.9% 52.6% 51.1% Black 3973 4.6%$13,801 16.5% 34.1% 8.0% American Indian, Eskimo, 458 0.5%$14,193 24.2% 33.1% 0.7% Asian or Pacific Islande 5468 6.3%$26,110 49.3% 59.2% 8.4% Other race 4890 5.6%$11,390 11.7% 32.8% 13.3% Hispanic 11842 13.6%$13,293 16.9% 38.3% 31.7% White is minus Hispanic Median House Inc $35, 997 Private elem or high sch 18.8% Better than average college education, but not really wealthy, predominatly white suburb in a county with a lot of minorities. [[seattle %%eastside EASTSIDE STEREOTYPE OF RICH BORNE OUT BY MAP \clipim\99\08\03\eastside.tif The fat summer of '99 and Eastside living's good Seattle Times Aug 2, 1999 Much of Seattle Eastside along I90 is well above 25% above median income, while poorer areas are in seattle and south county. %%map \images\98\01\011398\index.txt p02-p04.tif Election maps from '97 election - ron sims, ems, gun control, gay rights %%Japanese 10,000 JAPN-AM IN SEATTLE JAPANESE BUDDIST TEMPLE FADING IN SEATTLE \clip\99\09\seabud.txt http://www.seattletimes.com/news/local/html98/budd_19990310.html Seattle Times March 10, 1999 Seattle Buddhist Temple in by Alex Tizon Seattle Times staff reporter p.1 Seattle has 10,000 Japanese Am, near 7,000 WWII level %%general "Seattle, you've got education" Seattle Times Nov 20, 2001 - Half 25 or older have 4 yr college, highest of cities over 250,000. 93% high school diploma - 5% highest percent working from home 68% car alone 18% bus 10% car pool to work, 6% walk 27.7 min King County commute vs 40 New York City - $45,000 median income, San Jose highest at $72,000 - $256,000 avg home value is in top 5, $430K San Jose #1, $428,000 San Francisco #2 - 60% of seattle born out of state. Las Vegas lowest at 23% - 41% never married. Boston highest at 54% %minority WHITES, GAYS MOVE INTO SEATTLE'S "BLACK" CENTRAL AREA: THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD "Central Area blooms and booms. Newcomers bring fresh change to a former melting pot. To some, it's welcome; to others, a threat to the community" Seattle Post Intelligencer June 26, 1998 p. 1 image: \clipim\98\01\cen01.tif-cen03.tif "Restless forces are now at play in the Cetral area, long Seattle's traditional black neighborhood, butnow a neighborhood in flux. Whites are moving back in, young professionals, gay couples, and families looking for affordable homes... latest wave of immigrants may erase the neighborhood's sense of community" Blacks moved in attracted by defence jobs after WWII, 71% increase in black pop between 1950 and 1960. Urban renewal failed, buildings fell but were not replaced. Windows broken during 1968 King riots. 70s and 80s fraught with crime, drugs, gangs and prostitution, middle class blacks moved out, still heading south to Renton and Kent [federal way]. Since 93, prices have doubled from $90k to 180K, rent up 7% per year. "at least they're getting good values when they sell, not when it was considered a black district", some blacks moving back for sense of black community. Nobody paid attention until whites started to move back in. %%population doc\94\7\seattle.wk1 all W73.7 B9.9 H3.6 A11.5 N1.3 under 18 W57.2 B17.9 H5.8 A16.6 N2.0 The Essential Eastside Seattle Times Feb 16, 1997 The average Eastsider's income is twice that of a Seattleite, according to the US census. The population has grown four times faster than Seattle, mostly because of the jobs in the high tech corridor. Seattle Schools 1987-1984 \doc\web\97\02\seascho.wk1 Seattle Student Population 1994 All Regular and Alternative Schools 1994/95 W41.5 B22.7 H7.5 A25.0 Source: Data Profile District Summary November 1994 Seattle Public Schools seattle has high white college education, low Asian, Asian pc income is close to blacks. http://www.seattleschools.org/area/siso/enroll/past/p105/oct02.pdf Seattle Public Schools Enrollment Count Ethnic Distribution October 2002 ETHNIC DISTRIBUTION FOR THE DISTRICT: OCT02 ASIAN 11002 23.4% BLACK 10706 22.8% LATINO 5124 10.9% INDIAN 1216 2.6% WHITE 18917 40.3% TOTAL 46965 100% dist app w .403 b .228 .0317 10 .10 a .234 h .109 .0476 15 .31 n .026 .0063 2 .17 w+a .637 .91 287 1.43 tot 315 \doc\95\05\seadata.wk1 - seattle per-capita income and education \doc\96\02\seaatl.txt Seattle Vs. Atlanta test and poverty \doc\96\04\eastrise.txt The East Rises Seattle Times March 17, 1996. Kirkland has the highest price real estate, not downtown Seattle. The Eastside population is equal to that of Seattle. The household income of $56,840 is much higher in the Eastside than $29,976 in Seattle Eastside suburbs are increasing in jobs, and upscale incomes. TROUBLED SOUTHEAST SEATTLE IS HELD UP AS MODEL OF INTEGRATION Column: JERRY LARGE Headline: SOUTHEAST SEATTLE BUCKS SEGREGATION PATTERN Date: June 23, 1996 Section: SCENE Page: L2 " Southeast Seattle is one of the areas identified as having maintained stable racial integration over several decades. The community is about one third Asian, one third black and one third white, with other groups mixed in too." [[Seattle School Dist doc\94\14\seabell.txt seattle school dist figures \doc\95\13\seaen95.wk1 White Black Hisp Asian AmInd 1962 87.2% 7.9% as white 4.1% 0.3% 1993-94 42.1% 22.7% 7.4% 24.6% 3.2% 1995-96 41.3 22.7 8.0 25.0 3.0 40% free or reduced lunch, 12% bilingual 93-94, 11% 95-96 77% of all pub/priv/home school students [[seattle chart http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/ABPub/zoom/html/2003640839.html "Ethnic minorities become majority in Seattle schools" shows 1976-77 68.5W 17.3B 8.7A 2.9H 2.6AI 2006-07 42.1W 22.3A 22B 11.3H 2.2AI \doc\94\8\censum.xls various cities and economics \doc\95\04\censum.wk1 \doc\95\11\censum SEATTLE: POOR ASIANS, AFFLUENT OVER-EDUCATED WHITES Per Capita Income is nearly as low for Asians as Blacks. Whites are 41.8% college degree vs. only 30.9 for Asians, making it nearly the highest city in the US for college educated whites. 17% of Asians don't even have a 9th grade education, far more than any other ethnic group. Per Capita Income W$20,656 B$10,503 H$14,516 A$11,881 N$10,323 Asian Index A-1.13 W1.00 B-1.97 H-1.42 A-1.74 N-2.00 Asian nearly = Black College Grad A37.9% W41.8% B14.4% H25.4% A30.9% N14.3% Index A-1.10 W1.00 B-2.90 H-1.64 A-1.35 N-2.93 Less than 9th Grade A5.2% W3.2% B8.4% H10.7% A17.0% N8.0% holly park d:\doc\94\17\hollypk.txt - most troubled housing project in the city SEATTLE: HOLLY PARK'S ETHNIC "MIX OF 90 PERCENT" TO BE "PRESERVED" Comment: Why is it that some people call 90% nonwhite an "ethnic mix" to be "preserved", and others call it "segregation"?? Is this the true meaning of "diversity?" c:\clip\97\02\holypark.txt http://www.seattletimes.com/sbin/iarecord?NS-search-set=/32e4f/ aaaa004JRe4fde9&NS-doc-offset=0& Copyright © 1997 The Seattle Times Company Local News : Oct. 21, 1996 Goodbye, Holly Park 10 years from now, you probably won't recognizethe housing project that symbolizes Seattle's poor by Charles E. Brown Seattle Times staff reporter W13.7% B37.3% H2.1% A36.6% NA 3.3% O7% B=A=37% Median household income: $6,486 / year seattle rainier valley doc\94\12\rainier.wk1 W28.4 B29.4 H4.3 A35.1 NA2.8 Seattle's tough black neighborhood is actually a tough Asian neighborhood, just as concentrated as the international district seattle international dist doc\94\2\seaint.wk1 W42.7 B13.9 A37.0 N4.1 H? seattle / tacoma counties w85.1 b4.6 h3.0 a6.1 N1.2 O0.1 (king+pierce+kitsap+snohomish) seattle lakemont (upscale cougar mountain eastside) \doc\95\09\lakemont.txt - 17% of Lakemont $500,000 houses owned by Chinese. 20% observe feng shui Seattle Times June 28, 1995 "Feng Shui" [[simi valley d\\doc\94\6\simivall.xls W67.3 b1.0 A4.7 h26.7 N0.4 Black income = white income [[snohomish county WA doc\94\4\kingco.xls [[spokane WA d\\doc\94\10\spokane.wk1 W92.0 B1.9 H2.1 A2.0 N1.9 - Asians are poorer and worse educated than blacks in Spokane, even at college level, yet have higher math test scores than whites. Blacks are beyond parity in school principals, yet black community demands more black principals to address their academic problems. [[summary \doc\94\8\censum.xls various cities and economics \doc\95\04\censum.wk1 \doc\95\11\censum [[Tenafly NJ: East Coast Cupertino Asian suburb High school has highest SAT scores in New Jersey. $68,742 median household income, 56% 4 yr college, 98% white and Asian, 14% Asian qualifies it as an "Asian" suburb. Of course they're going to do well. 25% of students are Asian, making it "Cupertino East" \doc\96\07\tenafly.txt Med Num % PCIncome%4Coll HouseInc Total 13326 100.0%$36,455 55.5%$68,742 White 11183 80.5%$38,137 54.5% Black 102 0.8%$16,588 21.9% American Indian, Eskimo, 9 0.1%$16,380 100.0% Asian or Pacific Islande 1867 14.0%$29,942 68.5% Other race 165 1.2% $9,524 0.0% Hispanic 0 3.4%$17,718 7.1% Private elem or high sch 10.2% Hinc Schools Over $ 35k Total White 76.7% 67.7% Black 100.0% 1.2% American Indian, Eskimo, 100.0% 0.0% Asian or Pacific Islande 90.5% 24.6% Other race 100.0% 2.2% Hispanic 84.6% 4.3% [[Tukwila Foster High School W65.3 B15.0 A11.5 6.2H 2.0NA STimes 5-13-94 B1 "Incidents.."c [[united states economic d:\doc\94\8\uscens.wk1 [[Vancouver British Columbia Canada Vancouver and Richmond rival San Francisco as the North American city with the highest percentage of Chinese and Asians. CHINESE IN VANCOUVER BC \clip\97\28\vancchin.txt The Associated Press, November 22, 1997 VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) - Dragon boat races and ice hockey; totem poles and tai chi classes. No city could be a more appropriate host for a trans-Pacific summit than Vancouver. [Chinese are 1/4 of metro area, Richmond has 5 upscale Asian shopping malls, almost 40% Chinese] 1 in 3 in Richmond BC is from Taiwan or Hong Kong http://www.seattletimes.com/extra/browse/html97/prich_022397. html c:\clip\97\05\richmond.txt Copyright © 1997 The Seattle Times Company Sunday, Feb. 23, 1997 Chinese worries and wealth turn Vancouver suburb into Hong Kong, B.C. CANADIANS LIKE THE CHINESE, NO HOSTILE TAKEOVER HERE \clip\97\06\chinvanc.txt http://www.chron.com/content/chronicle/world/97/01/26/canada- vancouver.2-0.html Houston Chronicle 6:33 PM 1/24/1997 Asian immigrants, cultures gaining favor with Canadians By CARL HONORÉ Copyright 1997 Special to the Chronicle "One-fifth of Vancouver's 1.6 million inhabitants -- or, more than 320,000 -- are of Chinese descent. Many newcomers are wealthy entrepreneurs from Hong Kong and Taiwan; few are unskilled. " [[Ventura county CA doc922\ventura.wk1 W65.9 B2.3 H25.8 A5.2 NA.7 [[Yakima WA C:\priv\96B\03\YAKIBISH.HTM Diocese of Yakima is almost 60 percent Hispanic, and has problems with bias, gangs. \doc\95\06\welfwoe.txt - need $8 an hour to stay off of welfare, Yakima is 35% < 9th grade, 50% < hs grad \doc\96\04\ctbsrank.wk1 Yakima is in the bottom 5 school district test scores in WA, probably due to migrant Hispanic labor force. [[Washington State Top cities 1997 As appeared in Seattle Times Thursday, March 27, 1997 Washington State's 10 largest cities 1. Seattle 534, 700 2. Spokane 187, 819 3. Tacoma 185, 000 4. Vancouver 126, 453 5. Bellevue 103, 740 6. Everett 82, 391 7. Federal Way 75, 240 8. Yakima 63, 438 9. Lakewood 62, 786 10. Kent 60, 380 Source: Office of Financial Management. \doc\web\97\06\wascore.wk1 Source: Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Based on table in Seattle Times July 6, 1997 Enrollment Growth by Race, percent NatAmAsianAfrAmLatinWhiteAll Seattle 17.7 39.2 3.5 88.3 -8.1 9.5 Bellevue 244.4 81.3 62.6492.3-16.6 0.6 Tacoma -15.6 60.0 36.4163.7 -6.3 9.9 Wenatchee 55.2 16.3 25.0475.3 14.2 42.1 Yakima 39.0 32.9 17.4198.2-19.4 20.7 WA State 42.2 75.6 59.5114.2 14.3 24.4 In Washington State, Hispanics are growing even faster than the Asian Americans Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction's 1996-97 student enrollment report \doc\96\06\wapcinc.wk1 Per Capita income ranking of cities \doc\96\06\wapcinc.wk1 Data from 1990 Census web site http://venus.census.gov/cdrom/lookup * Best school districts Percentile ranks population by cities with less income Ranked by per capita income City Pop Total White Black Hisp Asian NatAm Pctile PC Income Hunts Point town 512 66969 67466 0 37238 50000 0 99.99% Beaux Arts Village town 299 46390 46390 0 0 0 0 99.98% Clyde Hill town 2972 46074 46258 0 15662 47400 42200 99.90% Medina city 2981 45506 46277 45346 40392 30001 18693 99.82% Yarrow Point town 963 42591 42911 0 7736 38086 0 99.79% Woodway city 914 40734 40683 0 34857 27239 148420 99.77% *Mercer Island city 20816 31438 32491 28390 13867 21042 31919 99.21% Richmond Beach-Innis Arden CD 7242 26557 26912 9563 18358 21557 21900 99.01% West Lake Sammamish CDP 6087 26155 26773 21555 17535 18377 28792 98.85% Normandy Park city 6709 26079 26547 2394 28286 21657 18205 98.67% Mill Creek city 7172 24873 25882 11221 8996 13800 21262 98.48% *Bellevue city 86878 23816 25073 14224 15732 16115 17004 96.14% Pine Lake CDP 13940 23463 23442 21378 13853 18211 138506 95.77% Shelter Bay CDP 1111 23108 22643 0 25727 14531 47955 95.74% Fox Island CDP 1984 22784 23312 0 0 8853 17455 95.68% Sahalee CDP 13951 22440 22694 16614 15196 18277 10077 95.31% Gig Harbor city 3126 22206 22552 0 7425 19629 4704 95.22% Ellsworth South CDP 4423 21855 21891 15427 11767 28879 12825 95.10% Lake Forest Park city 4031 21767 22310 11237 14197 15469 11170 95.00% Newport Hills CDP 14736 21523 22135 15943 11708 18208 8710 94.60% Sheridan Beach CDP 6518 21395 22145 24912 17798 13118 5093 94.42% *Woodinville CDP 23654 21246 21482 15332 14008 16858 11804 93.79% Mirrormont CDP 2434 21240 21166 19521 24106 31480 0 93.72% *Kirkland city 40052 21200 21822 12309 11769 12690 19636 92.65% Snee Oosh CDP 275 21076 21872 0 0 0 0 92.64% Edmonds city 30744 20868 21045 15752 12023 20973 13999 91.81% Fircrest town 5258 20834 21142 19632 16335 13712 16387 91.67% Winslow city 3081 20810 21557 0 4031 10256 1472 91.59% Lake Goodwin CDP 2426 20539 20469 0 10906 34634 0 91.52% Mukilteo city 7007 20377 20337 26883 20454 14351 35482 91.33% Harbour Pointe CDP 9107 20348 20810 16551 19726 15212 25520 91.09% *Redmond city 35800 20037 20279 24834 12919 17165 13947 90.13% Sudden Valley CDP 2547 19963 18776 3500 0 114449 67527 90.06% Inglewood-Finn Hill CDP 29132 19019 19263 15376 10321 16484 14677 89.27% Maple Valley CDP 1256 18960 19155 0 24000 11875 16278 89.24% Priest Point CDP 752 18821 20443 0 250 13467 9290 89.22% Cascade Park East CDP 6996 18580 19054 12109 13190 15212 9411 89.03% La Conner town 642 18493 18907 0 12417 1726 21588 89.02% Kenmore CDP 8917 18419 19076 8851 14664 12498 16238 88.78% Seattle city 516259 18308 20645 10503 14516 11881 10323 74.89% Liberty Lake CDP 2036 18162 18075 27632 0 16071 0 74.84% Issaquah city 7712 18055 17962 0 9425 21609 9094 74.63% Lakeland South CDP 9011 17854 17973 14162 9650 15848 16107 74.39% East Renton Highlands CDP 13218 17836 17905 18030 37230 16726 16674 74.03% Lake Forest North CDP 8002 17828 18809 13141 6314 10245 13419 73.82% Bothell city 12362 17764 17929 19167 16721 13492 15260 73.49% Cascade-Fairwood CDP 30107 17718 18175 14836 14480 14994 13073 72.68% Silver Lake-Fircrest CDP 24474 17690 17975 16678 10591 13808 9390 72.02% Stimson Crossing CDP 603 17582 17711 0 8571 9600 18951 72.00% Esperance CDP 11236 17562 17861 13230 17385 14048 13576 71.70% West Wenatchee CDP 2184 17561 17600 0 13276 20075 30065 71.64% Index town 129 17424 17424 0 0 0 0 71.64% Federal Way CDP 67554 17126 17472 12594 12981 16161 12969 69.82% Eastgate CDP 4434 17087 17743 14640 0 10325 8718 69.70% Richland city 32354 17085 17324 16333 10687 16672 11842 68.83% Fairwood CDP 5807 17038 17144 0 6028 11732 11731 68.68% Burien CDP 25089 16857 17487 9695 9897 11183 10891 68.00% Des Moines city 17283 16778 17420 11422 12064 10003 12137 67.54% Brier city 5633 16749 16678 13551 11951 17957 14561 67.39% Edgewood-North Hill CDP 9120 16733 16778 14015 15897 16510 14023 67.14% Longview Heights CDP 3310 16680 16724 0 0 24333 8726 67.05% Lake Shore CDP 6268 16637 16679 25941 10007 16434 16408 66.88% Birch Bay CDP 2656 16607 17506 7518 4331 7000 6200 66.81% Martha Lake CDP 10155 16587 16831 10857 15679 14857 8059 66.54% North Creek-Canyon Park CDP 23236 16551 16635 23654 14340 13138 13730 65.91% University Place CDP 27703 16537 17137 12468 11820 12736 13967 65.17% Terrace Heights CDP 4223 16527 16652 0 15566 11569 15319 65.06% Steilacoom town 5728 16511 17491 10533 9035 12082 12072 64.90% Richmond Highlands CDP 26037 16391 17094 15888 10121 10974 12256 64.20% Woodmont Beach CDP 7493 16382 16946 10433 10536 13324 12707 64.00% Cascade Park West CDP 6656 16343 16489 17949 12005 14603 10286 63.82% Renton city 41688 16298 17034 12050 12112 14105 7482 62.70% Salmon Creek CDP 11989 16248 16617 8029 7969 7434 7925 62.38% Kingsgate CDP 14259 16246 16775 12171 12266 11544 13562 61.99% Walnut Grove CDP 3906 16213 16490 13340 19987 1413 12000 61.89% Bryn Mawr-Skyway CDP 12514 16149 17624 12602 9346 15324 9263 61.55% North Hill CDP 5706 16135 16446 8724 10188 13162 18750 61.40% Lakeland North CDP 14402 16130 16519 18152 11307 11130 20389 61.01% Artondale CDP 7141 16127 16211 19241 16953 16213 11685 60.82% East Hill-Meridian CDP 42696 16068 16529 11080 7895 12386 16836 59.67% Meadow Glade CDP 1499 16030 15998 0 3948 0 9474 59.63% Covington-Sawyer-Wilderness C 24321 16017 16289 10651 11843 9673 10949 58.98% Kent city 37960 15993 16329 12164 14482 14625 11402 57.96% Tukwila city 11874 15982 16824 12820 9775 13147 9296 57.64% Lake Serene-North Lynnwood CD 14290 15916 16153 12726 11933 14797 10663 57.25% West Valley CDP 6594 15856 15980 10661 7914 12238 14210 57.08% Lea Hill CDP 6876 15735 15808 16003 13782 12258 15356 56.89% Coulee Dam town 1034 15662 14333 4157 6431 10976 24068 56.86% Skykomish town 325 15583 15489 0 12152 0 25500 56.86% Sea-Tac CDP 22694 15579 16024 11506 13378 12611 11465 56.25% West Pasco CDP 7312 15575 16135 11678 10200 5976 1584 56.05% Tracyton CDP 2621 15559 15681 6289 8802 17704 8400 55.98% Felida CDP 3109 15542 15581 12071 8625 18204 12527 55.89% Friday Harbor town 1492 15533 15588 0 11291 21765 14032 55.85% Olympia city 33840 15502 15853 13007 10859 11406 9163 54.94% Silverdale CDP 7660 15486 16242 9176 9213 8934 10059 54.74% Milton city 5011 15398 15521 15305 10901 13196 11677 54.60% Vancouver Mall CDP 6938 15232 15375 14809 14265 13520 16898 54.42% North Marysville CDP 18711 15225 15248 27587 10516 16373 11845 53.91% North City-Ridgecrest CDP 13832 15217 15633 14283 14073 12046 13393 53.54% Fall City CDP 1588 15192 15127 0 30000 3200 25506 53.50% Erlands Point-Kitsap Lake CDP 2764 15186 15520 11000 7881 8732 12705 53.43% Alderwood Manor-Bothell North 22928 15175 15340 9146 18517 12760 15438 52.81% Clinton CDP 1579 15131 15183 4000 3333 29986 17730 52.77% South Hill CDP 12963 15060 15198 16542 11801 8980 25451 52.42% Sunnyslope CDP 1943 15027 15321 0 4594 0 0 52.37% Waller CDP 6415 15022 15161 12170 11074 8545 16713 52.19% Indianola CDP 1729 14975 15238 1714 14241 8930 13194 52.15% Weallup Lake CDP 391 14974 15090 0 0 0 0 52.14% West Lake Stevens CDP 12436 14827 14983 5263 6989 9346 14602 51.80% Summit CDP 6312 14823 14945 8477 12131 20007 7365 51.63% Tumwater city 9976 14812 15128 8622 3860 14867 6766 51.36% Cathan CDP 533 14749 14705 0 45914 10000 21188 51.35% Mountlake Terrace city 19320 14698 14910 13453 10205 13056 16897 50.83% Riverton-Boulevard Park CDP 15337 14681 15473 12004 10278 10021 9396 50.42% --------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------- Paine Field-Lake Stickney CDP 18670 14599 14740 11809 10942 11747 15521 49.92% Cosmopolis city 1372 14504 14889 0 1682 10690 2195 49.88% Langley city 830 14450 14591 0 28594 0 0 49.86% Highland CDP 3656 14422 13858 17286 13677 16523 43000 49.76% Central Park CDP 2669 14401 14691 0 0 2282 6298 49.69% Walla Walla East CDP 3070 14397 14592 16800 7840 6737 45522 49.60% Anacortes city 11451 14373 14650 2421 9637 4964 10362 49.30% West Richland city 3923 14322 14519 0 13377 5935 13684 49.19% Allyn-Grapeview CDP 1541 14239 14390 12893 8780 7364 12611 49.15% Enumclaw city 7227 14219 14217 0 23381 19984 13775 48.95% Hazel Dell South CDP 5796 14208 14280 4783 3053 17455 9707 48.80% Port Angeles East CDP 2619 14064 14162 0 3686 15661 5092 48.73% Port Townsend city 7001 14055 14040 38600 15826 18986 9082 48.54% Lyman town 273 14051 14421 0 2667 0 0 48.53% Ocean Shores city 2272 13988 13959 40500 7786 9737 19184 48.47% Lynnwood city 28695 13984 14110 21008 11519 10879 12285 47.70% Freeland CDP 1205 13959 13661 0 19389 0 0 47.67% Tulalip Bay CDP 1395 13953 17500 12750 13760 2188 5071 47.63% Clarkston Heights-Vineland CD 2832 13940 13951 0 1933 0 30000 47.55% Duvall city 2770 13905 13966 12000 8459 12375 9429 47.48% Auburn city 33102 13866 14214 12190 9185 10138 8060 46.59% Everett city 69961 13829 14322 8954 10291 8542 6756 44.71% North Bend city 2526 13772 13976 5593 14054 10426 10567 44.64% Marietta-Alderwood CDP 2667 13759 14624 18920 8907 5784 3940 44.57% Fords Prairie CDP 2305 13726 13637 0 0 19173 0 44.51% Bonney Lake city 7494 13702 13764 6455 7439 9273 20673 44.31% Bellingham city 52278 13698 13902 6082 8598 12411 12067 42.90% Town and Country CDP 4921 13672 13887 3886 7157 8585 14620 42.77% Ault Field CDP 3795 13644 14445 9685 11751 11173 10938 42.67% Fife city 3864 13621 14007 7593 9529 18331 10548 42.56% Manchester CDP 4031 13593 13723 10624 6673 5528 25242 42.45% Puyallup city 23875 13576 13755 10898 6639 10330 8285 41.81% Lakewood CDP 58412 13538 14993 9297 9018 9607 8343 40.24% Minnehaha CDP 9661 13486 13647 10523 7012 9266 12066 39.98% Mount Vernon city 17647 13486 14118 11095 7631 9288 10780 39.51% John Sam Lake CDP 605 13460 13109 0 0 0 28299 39.49% Evergreen CDP 11249 13425 13620 12262 10247 9242 9571 39.19% Kalama city 1210 13421 13590 0 0 11920 7163 39.16% West Side Highway CDP 3641 13419 13652 0 3402 1434 17705 39.06% Chelan city 2969 13384 14203 0 2375 2754 0 38.98% Ilwaco city 830 13356 14493 5749 11309 0 5375 38.95% Suquamish CDP 3105 13333 14395 39143 5909 9658 6284 38.87% Ellsworth North CDP 5796 13282 13720 9837 8105 7153 9185 38.72% Waverly town 26 13282 13282 0 0 0 0 38.71% Poulsbo city 4848 13267 13553 12000 9433 11628 7782 38.58% Lacey city 19279 13233 13634 12932 9898 7844 11560 38.07% Hartline town 188 13224 13439 0 0 0 0 38.06% Opportunity CDP 22326 13184 13278 9860 15362 8694 10960 37.46% Hadlock-Irondale CDP 2742 13153 13278 11237 20489 2792 12795 37.39% Long Beach city 1236 13138 13285 0 13626 3713 8377 37.35% Brush Prairie CDP 2650 13115 13154 0 15420 0 9000 37.28% East Wenatchee Bench CDP 12539 13113 13402 5760 4798 4166 10799 36.95% Colfax city 2713 13093 13108 0 7468 12606 8396 36.87% Blaine city 2489 13036 13200 10416 10946 6662 20625 36.81% Shaker Church CDP 621 13028 14544 0 6563 15023 9634 36.79% Odessa town 935 13014 12933 0 29022 24326 5000 36.76% Camas city 6442 13010 13123 0 9611 8752 10846 36.59% Westport city 1892 12977 13101 4578 3573 7595 10388 36.54% Snohomish city 6499 12971 13067 6826 28219 12169 3891 36.36% White Center-Shorewood CDP 20531 12958 14638 7389 9403 6772 8431 35.81% Lake Stevens city 3397 12945 13178 0 9128 0 3663 35.72% Hazel Dell North CDP 6924 12937 13478 5377 4252 2973 6150 35.54% Port Angeles city 17710 12919 12665 6199 7408 7293 27620 35.06% Longview city 31648 12908 13167 4900 4490 11609 8137 34.21% Cathlamet town 489 12901 12806 0 1668 0 22140 34.20% Pacific city 4622 12864 12923 5128 10107 14008 6132 34.07% Sprague city 401 12859 12827 0 13761 0 12643 34.06% Parkwood CDP 6853 12780 13030 5952 10384 10657 12367 33.88% Kennewick city 42155 12767 13340 11449 6855 9610 6812 32.74% Smokey Point CDP 2654 12669 12501 9873 5400 31571 24975 32.67% South Cle Elum town 436 12661 12603 0 0 0 21000 32.66% Vancouver city 46380 12606 12985 7398 7421 8002 10265 31.41% Electric City town 911 12603 12613 8595 0 30000 12139 31.39% Sumner city 6281 12570 12739 2000 5553 13175 3171 31.22% Rochester CDP 1279 12556 12676 0 3671 0 0 31.18% Coupeville town 1377 12521 12666 16671 7180 6676 12359 31.15% Ruston town 691 12451 12443 16275 10086 12989 8828 31.13% Oakesdale town 328 12449 12554 0 2603 0 6809 31.12% Marysville city 10328 12444 12629 24229 8084 9587 7146 30.84% Spokane city 177196 12375 12735 8439 7668 7316 5783 26.08% Arlington city 4003 12366 12562 0 25262 4241 7522 25.97% Kingston CDP 1251 12350 12425 20500 19115 0 0 25.94% Lynden city 5709 12339 12486 0 10609 7416 0 25.78% Country Homes CDP 5126 12319 12464 1615 4933 4304 17827 25.65% Metaline town 205 12306 12306 0 0 0 0 25.64% Ritzville city 1725 12300 12362 0 3443 14542 11654 25.59% Black Diamond city 1422 12291 12349 35690 4874 3840 12129 25.56% North Puyallup CDP 2886 12289 12559 5598 5023 2051 8067 25.48% Harrington city 458 12287 12378 0 8080 0 6469 25.47% Millwood town 1559 12286 12607 0 4783 6259 6525 25.42% St John town 500 12282 12426 0 0 0 2198 25.41% Republic town 940 12278 12363 0 11679 0 7324 25.38% Dishman CDP 9671 12273 12323 9146 10803 21753 4273 25.12% Tacoma city 176664 12272 13470 8864 7887 6757 6913 20.37% Lind town 450 12258 12257 0 0 12366 0 20.36% Algona city 1694 12253 12478 6541 9881 11646 10097 20.32% Wilbur town 860 12247 12417 0 0 0 7199 20.29% Garfield town 564 12235 12193 0 10365 0 11250 20.28% Veradale CDP 7836 12219 12311 19599 9803 7090 7389 20.07% Wenatchee city 21824 12215 12815 17596 5040 9188 7780 19.48% Stanwood city 1961 12203 12454 0 6876 5822 7765 19.43% Frederickson CDP 3502 12155 12398 8479 10565 3198 12470 19.33% Orchards South CDP 12956 12151 12327 10136 10821 9080 9817 18.99% Eatonville town 1374 12118 12166 0 5008 0 11306 18.95% Uniontown town 271 12095 12281 0 4300 12000 0 18.94% Green Acres CDP 4626 12076 12219 4616 5069 6915 11664 18.82% La Crosse town 333 12064 12064 0 0 0 0 18.81% Snoqualmie city 1540 12064 12153 2500 6753 13843 10345 18.77% Elmer City town 292 12007 13261 0 7500 11000 10117 18.76% Rockford town 517 11972 11972 0 2300 0 0 18.74% Davenport city 1502 11971 11958 0 11915 0 16666 18.70% Spanaway CDP 15001 11933 12450 11236 11664 8613 11911 18.30% Metaline Falls town 194 11919 11835 0 0 20000 0 18.30% Sequim city 3616 11902 12005 9874 13029 5048 5905 18.20% Leavenworth city 1653 11884 11991 0 3603 4859 9819 18.15% Palouse city 873 11870 11871 0 4598 30200 14161 18.13% Chehalis city 6527 11865 11855 15108 6662 15412 4336 17.96% White Salmon city 1861 11863 12270 6333 3076 14398 3743 17.91% Omak city 4117 11836 12855 22021 12267 8083 7212 17.79% Trentwood CDP 4060 11819 11977 900 13051 2852 10145 17.69% Aberdeen city 16565 11816 12066 1325 9490 10750 6024 17.24% Port Orchard city 4984 11807 12096 4930 7695 10591 6015 17.11% Wilkeson town 367 11807 12088 0 12600 0 5264 17.10% Albion town 631 11803 12148 4211 30112 4850 0 17.08% Elk Plain CDP 12197 11723 12056 12763 8500 7527 2858 16.75% Ephrata city 5349 11711 11917 0 6876 0 8952 16.61% Reardan town 521 11686 12246 0 18000 1757 4621 16.59% Garrett CDP 999 11620 11575 0 8988 0 14400 16.57% Orting city 2106 11617 11717 0 7064 11270 5050 16.51% Colton town 310 11611 11611 0 0 0 0 16.50% Tanglewilde-Thompson Place CD 6061 11600 12340 12079 10081 6196 9712 16.34% Yakima city 54831 11593 12836 8180 4690 5612 7747 14.86% Five Corners CDP 6776 11570 11724 0 6898 7617 10522 14.68% Fairfield town 436 11560 11560 0 0 0 0 14.67% Forks city 2862 11535 10695 43475 5825 3967 8448 14.59% Midland CDP 5587 11528 12073 8161 12944 8257 6137 14.44% Monroe city 4278 11523 11935 0 5046 0 3158 14.33% Carnation city 1243 11503 12088 6291 4159 6863 3300 14.29% Selah city 5113 11500 12002 2333 5121 6193 8163 14.16% DuPont city 587 11459 11794 12857 9754 7530 0 14.14% North Yelm CDP 2042 11431 11635 7000 5426 3600 10113 14.09% Bremerton city 38250 11418 12090 8327 8370 7953 6839 13.06% Prosser city 4476 11401 12683 0 4694 14101 31947 12.94% Orchards North CDP 6479 11394 11516 13234 7361 8395 8863 12.76% Woodland city 2371 11319 11579 0 8281 0 5765 12.70% Gold Bar town 1088 11297 11477 7200 4313 7000 436 12.67% East Port Orchard CDP 5409 11296 11533 11632 6206 7369 11585 12.53% Pomeroy city 1409 11283 11336 0 0 18000 1228 12.49% Ferndale city 5398 11275 11716 8400 8526 9729 3908 12.34% Oak Harbor city 17176 11252 12038 7516 6684 6124 8158 11.88% Ridgefield city 1297 11250 11288 0 7095 13136 7785 11.85% Walla Walla city 26367 11247 11965 5924 4780 8565 6168 11.14% Parkland CDP 20882 11240 11423 12126 9090 8590 10027 10.57% Washougal city 4764 11239 11312 0 6587 12667 8088 10.45% Montesano city 3064 11228 11252 0 1176 11000 9478 10.36% Cle Elum city 1778 11181 11175 0 6948 25200 18255 10.32% West Longview CDP 3125 11177 11417 0 2782 9600 5828 10.23% Asotin city 981 11170 11154 0 11606 0 27100 10.21% Finley CDP 4897 11165 11236 0 8934 3265 11372 10.07% Sumas city 751 11155 11060 17000 10059 0 31000 10.05% Colville city 4360 11102 11309 0 9275 5045 6318 9.94% East Wenatchee city 2701 11096 11462 30000 6131 8428 4267 9.86% Mansfield town 308 11087 11462 0 2863 14874 4150 9.86% Hoquiam city 8972 11044 11328 11523 8786 11501 2850 9.61% Sultan town 2236 11014 10867 0 11534 0 16754 9.55% West Clarkston-Highland CDP 3913 11013 11089 3370 866 5024 10835 9.45% Waitsburg city 1040 11000 11154 0 4274 4281 6234 9.42% Fruitvale CDP 4125 10998 11524 18119 5022 40633 6879 9.31% North Bonneville city 397 10982 10861 0 0 28433 10250 9.30% Prairie Ridge CDP 8278 10976 11069 8976 12988 11853 7666 9.08% Moses Lake city 11235 10965 11785 6562 7045 5910 18700 8.78% Burbank CDP 1695 10939 11256 0 7082 0 2940 8.73% Battle Ground city 3758 10866 10951 0 3325 0 9979 8.63% Cashmere city 2544 10830 11067 0 4419 1144 9295 8.56% Buckley city 3517 10796 10918 4763 11292 4809 12642 8.47% Kelso city 11820 10718 10911 8542 8604 2095 8704 8.15% Otis Orchards-East Farms CDP 5790 10648 10741 11400 7923 4269 11578 7.99% Centralia city 12276 10644 10681 6170 5755 15046 4952 7.66% Grand Mound CDP 1522 10633 10739 0 22667 0 4162 7.62% South Prairie town 188 10631 10323 0 0 0 29615 7.62% Dayton city 2509 10618 10890 0 7346 5320 3505 7.55% Brewster city 1633 10574 10791 0 10500 21000 5646 7.50% Navy Yard City CDP 2797 10538 11274 3915 10995 3949 3575 7.43% Riverside town 201 10538 10664 0 9400 0 9009 7.42% Waterville town 995 10538 11062 24500 3355 0 20714 7.40% Granite Falls town 1061 10508 10536 35000 6158 0 3714 7.37% Burlington city 4349 10500 10998 0 5469 5840 7416 7.25% Okanogan city 2370 10454 10112 2333 5114 13846 20221 7.19% Darrington town 1041 10446 10451 0 4493 11000 9243 7.16% Kahlotus city 173 10412 10667 0 0 1838 0 7.16% Ocean Park CDP 1409 10331 10302 0 3843 9598 15260 7.12% Morton city 1130 10281 10317 0 3500 5000 9757 7.09% Twisp town 863 10257 10262 0 10547 1625 18000 7.06% Carbonado town 485 10238 10253 0 4956 3000 0 7.05% Nooksack city 577 10223 10641 0 6022 3667 972 7.04% Soap Lake city 1102 10214 10641 3000 1153 1929 3913 7.01% College Place city 6308 10165 10535 7613 8007 5349 2579 6.84% Grand Coulee city 984 10146 11121 3538 10484 4840 5552 6.81% Concrete town 747 10135 10187 0 7851 0 17500 6.79% Sedro-Woolley city 6031 10079 10475 0 4157 3923 2812 6.63% Hatton town 62 10039 11179 0 15126 0 0 6.63% Almira town 304 9996 9887 0 9413 0 26440 6.62% Roslyn city 890 9989 10178 1456 12150 2500 7694 6.59% Union Gap city 3012 9983 10582 0 6993 10094 7635 6.51% Winthrop town 311 9980 9772 0 2250 0 14742 6.50% Benton City city 1806 9901 10344 3768 3824 0 5207 6.46% Toledo city 610 9885 10000 3200 1900 0 11369 6.44% Carson River Valley CDP 1758 9879 9966 0 8977 0 6129 6.39% Winlock city 1097 9843 9753 0 2163 0 30050 6.36% Entiat city 488 9807 10128 0 1500 0 4892 6.35% Mesa town 193 9779 10783 0 5824 13800 0 6.34% Stevenson city 1147 9770 10237 0 3043 3502 4194 6.31% Tenino town 1261 9764 9847 0 7993 0 9247 6.28% Yacolt town 563 9755 9896 0 1909 0 0 6.26% Washtucna town 229 9741 9985 0 3000 0 0 6.26% Starbuck town 175 9693 9693 0 0 0 0 6.25% Rosalia town 533 9676 9694 0 1800 0 0 6.24% Roy city 270 9670 10093 0 9933 5870 0 6.23% McCleary town 1217 9664 9795 0 34931 0 4962 6.20% Zillah city 1911 9633 10361 3808 6072 9474 10038 6.15% Shelton city 7241 9614 9758 20000 4693 2775 11399 5.95% South Bend city 1556 9600 10039 0 0 4971 6542 5.91% Everson city 1490 9591 9908 5800 3886 5298 6355 5.87% Castle Rock city 2067 9590 9673 814 4412 1929 9787 5.82% Kettle Falls city 1273 9542 9721 0 9224 10450 4132 5.78% La Center town 391 9540 9895 0 3854 0 3981 5.77% Napavine city 750 9503 9765 1888 3816 0 16392 5.75% Goldendale city 3319 9475 9359 0 2423 0 20978 5.66% Creston town 239 9449 9862 0 182 0 16728 5.66% Chewelah city 1945 9429 9432 400 4662 3939 13627 5.60% Pateros city 588 9397 9637 0 3957 5200 16500 5.59% Pullman city 23479 9375 9687 5611 5344 6657 16503 4.96% Naches town 586 9347 9417 0 7000 0 4913 4.94% Othello city 4638 9337 12474 17743 5523 13640 2200 4.82% Deer Park city 2278 9290 9443 0 8276 4994 2956 4.75% Connell city 1999 9278 11708 1155 5628 5311 10068 4.70% Rainier town 991 9275 9573 0 16867 9150 3536 4.67% Coulee City town 546 9201 9192 0 0 0 14217 4.66% Cheney city 7723 9088 9466 3898 8360 6699 3166 4.45% Raymond city 2901 8979 9636 962 2558 5207 6324 4.37% Cascade Valley CDP 1409 8955 9425 720 4593 9000 5558 4.34% Ione town 516 8927 9132 0 4044 0 2465 4.32% Clarkston city 6753 8896 9107 5606 5141 0 4148 4.14% Spangle city 212 8894 9022 0 0 0 0 4.13% Tonasket town 891 8860 9317 200 3372 0 4950 4.11% Nisqually Indian Community CD 596 8852 17337 24831 5312 12267 4983 4.09% Pe Ell town 477 8794 8843 0 0 0 1000 4.08% Elma city 3011 8785 9053 0 3157 2331 7459 4.00% Kittitas city 843 8688 9046 0 5751 5871 3281 3.98% Fort Lewis CDP 22224 8659 9165 8370 7225 5465 8012 3.38% Tekoa city 767 8646 8787 0 0 0 1064 3.36% Bridgeport town 1498 8598 9204 1540 4123 11000 10364 3.32% Wilson Creek town 165 8544 7823 0 0 0 47475 3.32% South Wenatchee CDP 1139 8543 8830 0 4326 6000 13000 3.28% Lamont town 92 8541 9033 0 0 0 1500 3.28% Bangor Trident Base CDP 3702 8493 8923 7322 4748 4061 7614 3.18% Newport city 1691 8481 8496 0 10933 435 5838 3.14% Ellensburg city 12361 8465 8718 5651 6839 4494 6525 2.80% Quincy city 3738 8407 8576 0 5017 29574 4200 2.70% Grandview city 7169 8384 11524 275 4719 27692 0 2.51% Airway Heights city 1971 8383 8724 9354 6586 3772 4459 2.46% Krupp town 46 8324 8324 0 0 0 0 2.46% Fairchild AFB CDP 4854 8308 8513 9928 5994 4689 9120 2.33% Farmington town 124 8302 8495 0 1833 0 533 2.32% Vader city 418 8254 8392 0 9407 0 4423 2.31% Endicott town 321 8244 8244 0 11724 0 0 2.30% Sunnyside city 11238 8173 11811 8256 4638 4536 9271 2.00% Northport town 317 8066 8175 0 0 0 9778 1.99% Latah town 177 8059 7946 0 7260 0 11923 1.99% Pasco city 20337 8016 10163 5864 4142 9303 7912 1.44% Nespelem town 206 8002 10959 0 0 17313 7174 1.44% Yelm town 1370 7980 8125 3523 5071 6239 5404 1.40% Oroville town 1505 7959 8190 0 2889 6500 2921 1.36% Hamilton town 218 7956 8108 0 0 0 7138 1.35% Medical Lake city 3664 7935 8079 5478 1140 8524 6667 1.25% South Broadway CDP 2843 7856 7904 0 4861 20369 8895 1.18% Moxee city 845 7758 8431 0 6318 1673 3565 1.15% Rock Island town 547 7754 8034 0 2801 0 6577 1.14% Inchelium CDP 392 7643 10655 0 0 0 6569 1.13% Harrah town 332 7641 9176 0 4427 15000 14618 1.12% Bucoda town 567 7609 7625 0 0 0 3190 1.11% Mossyrock city 461 7606 7606 0 8280 0 0 1.09% Conconully town 154 7533 7533 0 0 0 0 1.09% George town 300 7497 8017 0 5229 0 0 1.08% Nespelem Community CDP 321 7386 14606 0 3220 0 7032 1.07% Bingen city 650 7354 7559 0 3169 0 1840 1.05% Oakville city 531 7347 7496 0 0 10469 6224 1.04% Malden town 191 7289 7038 13520 0 0 16529 1.04% Neah Bay CDP 915 7244 10543 81 3803 0 6669 1.01% Warden town 1639 7229 9995 6564 4980 18195 14375 0.97% McChord AFB CDP 4543 7226 7183 7744 5613 5819 9779 0.84% Tieton town 682 7106 7912 0 4655 2667 9667 0.83% Moses Lake North CDP 3677 7016 7679 6327 3162 6015 2372 0.73% White Swan CDP 2755 6941 12514 0 3808 0 3968 0.65% Toppenish city 7419 6917 10495 4244 4677 3604 6786 0.45% Prescott town 217 6794 7395 0 833 0 0 0.45% Marcus town 125 6790 6676 0 0 0 9051 0.44% Taholah CDP 817 6511 11701 3600 8105 971 6018 0.42% Cusick town 223 6458 6485 0 0 0 4500 0.42% Royal City city 1104 6228 6343 0 4289 21347 0 0.39% Mattawa town 941 6158 7263 0 4321 22529 14133 0.36% Granger town 2053 6143 8339 613 4861 31936 4340 0.31% Wapato city 3795 6118 9320 5700 4220 15124 4787 0.20% Mabton town 1482 5826 10124 0 4578 3966 0 0.16% Swinomish Village CDP 548 5757 6704 4956 0 0 5644 0.15% North Omak CDP 437 5603 8827 0 4221 0 4844 0.14% Springdale town 355 5575 5779 0 0 0 3924 0.13% Fairview-Sumach CDP 2745 5135 5754 5299 3738 7993 4597 0.05% Skokomish CDP 511 5110 8366 0 1378 0 4328 0.04% Satus CDP 1257 3823 6108 0 3188 0 3816 0.01% Chehalis Village CDP 262 3444 4362 0 8467 3100 3323 0.00% Washington State 4866692 14923 15564 10440 8149 11584 8862 [[Washington DC %%College Park University of Maryland College Town American Fact Finder 2000 21.7 Bachelor's 19.0 Grad Degree 40.7 4+ years college 12.8 foreign born 48.6 of foreign from Asia 68.8 white 15.9 black 10.0 Asian 5.5 Hispanic %%DC DC MAY BE BLACK, BUT IT'S NOT POOR - DC BLACKS MAKE MORE THAN MOST WHITES Capitol of the United States is majority black, with terrible social indicators to match, but the few whites are extremely affluent and well educated, much more so than area Asians. Half the region's blacks now live in surrounding suburbs. Contrary to stereotypes that most DC blacks are poor, and that this explains social distress, per capita income of DC blacks is higher than national average for whites. BLACKS IN DC DOWN TO 60 FROM 66% IN 1990 z48\clip\2001\03\DCdem.txt ""D.C. is still a black and white city," said Arnoldo Ramos, executive director of the Council of Latino Agencies, a social services coalition. "Now, the city is browning very nicely."" African Americans now are a smaller majority, about 60 percent, compared with 66 percent a decade ago. The city's Asian American and Hispanic populations grew rapidly, and Hispanics, who can be of any race, now make up 8 percent of the city's population http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A19353-2001Mar30.html Black Exodus Drove District's Population Loss By D'Vera Cohn and Manny Fernandez Washington Post Staff Writers Saturday, March 31, 2001; Page A01 BLACKS IN DC BETTER THAN US WHITES, BUT LAG OTHER DC RACES The median household income for blacks in 1989 DC of $33,434 is HIGHER than national average of $31,435 for whites and $19,758 for blacks, but DC income for whites is $53,526, $46,304 for Asians, $37,293 for Hispanics. (That doesn't explain why blacks do so poorly in DC schools with incomes above US average, or in Prince George County with incomes well above US average) Suburbs Most White - Garrett park 97.3% $69,545, Chevy Chase 97% $102,910 Most Black - Fairmount Heights PG county 98.5% $29,125, Glenarden 97.8% $40,343 Most Asian - Springfield 16.9 $51,178, North Potomac 16.1% $73,367 Most Hispanic - Langley Park 39.8% $29,570, Seven Corners 35.5 $34,487 Rich Black - Mitchellville, 2/3 black MedInc = $65,807 City Most Black Capitol View 100% $16,200 Most White Georgetown 93% $58,981 "How Far Have We Come" The Washingtonian Oct 1996 F060697 Summary \doc\94\7\washdc.prn,.xls 2/3 of total, 80% of children are black DC has worst test scores, infant mortality, homicide rate of any state. U18 W12.8 B79.3 H6.2 A1.3 N0.2 All W27.4 B65.1 H5.4 A1.8 N0.2 BLACKS FLEE DC WITH WHITES, 50% LIVE IN SUBURBS LIKE PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY \clip\97\02\fleedc.txt AP 25-Jan-1997 11:10 EST REF5240 Middle Class Whites, Blacks Flee D.C. 51% of residents moving out of DC were white, but 44 percent were black, most blacks moving to Prince George County "turning it into one of the most prosperous black-majority counties in the country." Over 50% of the region's blacks live in the suburbs. DC IS GOOD AND BAD FOR WOMEN, BUT STUDY IGNORES RACE TO EXPLAIN PROBLEMS. \clip\96\09\womnstud.txt Women's Study Says District Is the Best of Places, the Worst of Places By Scott Bowles Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, November 20, 1996; Page A14 The women of the District of Columbia rank among the highest in the nation in terms of salary, education and political involvement but among the lowest in health insurance coverage and infant mortality, according to a national study released yesterday. Comment - study does not mention that DC poverty and infant mortality rates are about the same as national average for African Americans. Poverty matters, but so does race. \doc\95\10\washdc2.txt - race, income, education Only place where whites have more grad / professional degree than bachelors, and one of few where they are more educated than Asians (also see Seattle) Possibly the most college educated city for whites in the US. However 66% black population brings down school test scores, poverty and infant mortality statistics. Num % PCIncome%4Coll MedHouseOver $35k Total 606900 100.0% 18881 33.3% 30727 White 179690 29.6% 34563 69.0% 62.8% Black 399751 65.9% 12226 15.3% 21.4% American Indian, Eskimo, 1559 0.3% 14095 17.7% 20.6% Asian or Pacific Islande 11233 1.9% 16498 50.9% 28.3% Other race 14667 2.4% 10468 16.2% 14.6% Hispanic 31358 5.2% 12525 24.0% 19.9% \priv\95\05\richdc - Wash DC has many affluent blacks, Prince Georges County, MD has most affluent. \ \clip\97\19\satmont.txt http://www.WashingtonPost.com/wp-srv/WPlate/1997-08/27/112l- 082797-idx.html Washington Post aug 27, 1997 p. A01 SAT Scores Rise In Montgomery, Prince George's Averages Fall in D.C., Most of Northern Va. Comb V M 1092 538 550 Montgomery County 1088 543 553 Fairfax County 1013 505 508 US Average 933 Black Fairfax County 930 Black Montgomery County 501 Alexandria 895 448 441 Prince George County 854 Black National 811 417 404 District of Columbia \doc\95\10\pringeor.txt - county districts by PC income \clip\96\01\whitedc.htm NYT 7/26/96 D.C.'s Wealthy 'Other Half' Is Feeling the Pinch, Too. Ward 3 is 88 percent white, Ward 8, which is 91 percent black. 60% of Ward 3 have college degrees vs. 10% in Ward 8. Ward 8 has lots of upper class shopping, with median incomes 60 percent higher than the city's average, and more than twice the $21,312 median in Ward 8, which has but one full-size supermarket of its own for close to the same number of people. 97 percent of Ward 3 single-family dwellings assessed at more than $200,000, and only 1 percent of the ward's houses being subsidized. In Ward 8, east of the Anacostia River, 23 percent of housing is publicly subsidized. Only one killing a year in a city where 400 a year are killed. [[Weston Massachusetts Affluent CEO neighborhood with very good schools and socioeconomics asian.population.city.weston 1990 W93.0 B0.7 H1.6 A4.7 \priv\95\08\weston.txt Boston Globe summary @@end city population @@Largest Cities The Biggest Apple Cities Population (millions) % Change New York 7.38 + 0.8% Los Angeles 3.55 + 2.0 Chicago 2.72 - 2.2 Houston 1.74 + 6.5 Philadelphia 1.48 - 6.8 San Diego 1.17 + 5.4 Phoenix 1.16 +17.7 San Antonio 1.07 +11.3 Dallas 1.05 + 4.5 Detroit 1.00 - 2.7 Source: Census Bureau table form Wall Street Journal Cities Gain in Population Because of Immigrants The Wall Street Journal, November 19, 1997 \clip\97\26\citygrow.txt " Indeed, only three of the country's 10 biggest cities, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Detroit, saw their populations decline during that time, mostly because they don't attract as many immigrants, demographers said. "