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Old 03-07-2019, 07:23 PM
 
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8% is "large" ?


Moreno Valley is double that at 19%
San Bernardino is 24% -- triple that!

Victorville is 21%, over double that.
I believe 8 percent was in the 2010 Census. As a resident of the area I can say that the AA population in RC and North Fontana has exploded in the last 8 years. Id say that both cities are now in the 15 percent AA range or maybe even higher.
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Old Yesterday, 10:19 AM
 
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What about places like Altadena, View Park-Windsor Hills and Ladera Heights?
They are slowly turning white.
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Old Yesterday, 08:36 PM
 
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"Cali" is a hip hop vernacular term that's been around since the '80's.. I'm born, raised, and have lived in California my entire life and I have no problems with the word. Go ahead and say it. When I'm out of state(midwest, the south, and east coast)I even use the word when people ask where I'm from. Don't listen to a few on here, its widely accepted.

-as for the OP you might want to check out Inglewood, Long Beach, Ladera Heights, Wisdor Hills, and good parts of South Central LA.
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Old Yesterday, 09:26 PM
 
Location: Studio City, CA 91604
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I believe 8 percent was in the 2010 Census. As a resident of the area I can say that the AA population in RC and North Fontana has exploded in the last 8 years. I’d say that both cities are now in the 15 percent AA range or maybe even higher.
Victorville is 21% black now. Its no secret that people from Victorville/Adelanto drive down the hill into Rancho and Riverside for shopping, dining, entertainment. Because, I'm not seeing an increase in the black population being projected for Fontana or Rancho Cucamonga. In fact, Rancho Cucamonga is projected to be only 6.5% -- 7% black in next year's Census, based on the data I'm looking at.

Rialto was 23% black in the 2000 US Census. It dropped to 16% in the 2010 US Census. Current estimates have it at around 12% black.

Moreno Valley is losing its black population gradually also. It was 21% in 2010, now 17.5%

The trajectory for cities in Southern California with black populations is that they will be decreasing into the foreseeable future.

The total black population in California is currently around 6.5% and is projected to be around 4% by 2025.

Asians will grow, Indians will grow, Hispanics will grow, but black and white populations will decrease. As I stated earlier, the black populations in Nevada (Las Vegas) and Arizona (Phoenix) are where the growth is going on.

Nevada was 8% black in the 2010 Census and is looking to come in at around 12% in the 2020 Census.
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