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View Poll Results: Which city is the capital of Black America in your opinion?
NYC Area 51 5.31%
Phil 17 1.77%
DC 94 9.78%
Atlanta 561 58.38%
Memphis 10 1.04%
New ORleans 24 2.50%
Houston 17 1.77%
Seattle 11 1.14%
Chicago 26 2.71%
Detroit 66 6.87%
Other (include in your reply) 10 1.04%
There is none. 74 7.70%
Voters: 961. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 03-22-2019, 10:58 AM
 
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Maybe. To the extent of Atlanta though? I wish there was a metric to measure this but then again itís all subjective.
There are metrics and you specified you were talking about major Southern cities. Atlanta and DC are in a class all by themselves really.
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:44 PM
 
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1. Washington D.C.
2. St.Louis
3. Atlanta

For specifics, Prince Georgeís County of Maryland should be an honorable mention for one of the most segregated places I have ever seen in my life.
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Old 03-25-2019, 08:54 AM
 
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1. Washington D.C.
2. St.Louis
3. Atlanta

For specifics, Prince Georgeís County of Maryland should be an honorable mention for one of the most segregated places I have ever seen in my life.
How does St. Louis rank ahead of Atlanta?
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Old Today, 11:02 AM
 
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my opinion is starting to change a little bit on n.y.c.
on the daily show last nite, they mentioned that all the democratic candidates are going to n.y.c. to the breakfast club (a radio show ironically originally hosted by 2 puerto ricans on bostons lame radio-1 affiliate wjmn 94.5 morning show) to appeal to the younger african-american crowd. and also stopping by rev. al sharpton in n.y.c. to appeal to the older african-american voters.


thats real political influence; albeit, fueled by hollywood.

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Old Today, 02:01 PM
 
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1. Washington D.C.
2. St.Louis
3. Atlanta

For specifics, Prince George’s County of Maryland should be an honorable mention for one of the most segregated places I have ever seen in my life.
How is Pg county segregated it's a majority black county but the northern part is diverse between spanish, African, African American, white etc. I'm not understanding
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