10 Best Cities In America For Black Families To Live 2019 - That Sister
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This makes it great for families that are looking for a smaller environment while still enjoying a variety of entertainment options like parks, museums, and zoos. Not to be negative but me and my wife have lived in Seattle four years and while I love the west coast (weather, ocean & amp; Mountain View's) the black population isn't big at all. Interestingly enough I am reading this because we have found that despite the wealth and natural beauty Seattle has to offer they are not as acceptant of black families as you would think.
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Richmond, Virginia - Loved By African Americans Family fall festivals and summers that are humid but not unbearable, Richmond is a great place for families in general. In the neighborhoods of Richmond like east Chesterfield, Black families can expect safety, prosperity, and adequate representation. Richmond boasts some of the best schools, both elementary and middle, for children about half of the population is made up of other families. If you're thinking about making the move, check out more information on Richmond here. four There Are Lots Of Opportunities For A Black Family In Lansing, Michigan Arguably one of the best places for black families to live in the world. Lansing isn't just the capital of Michigan, it's an unsuspecting haven for Black families too. Named one of the best cities for African Americans, Lansing is a community that doesn't just talk diversity, it embraces it. On top of that, Lansing's unemployment rate is currently at its lowest in fifteen years and hundreds of thousands of new jobs have been created for the city in recent years. If you're looking to move here, it's important to note that Lansing is much smaller than any of the other cities discussed on this list. This makes it great for families that are looking for a smaller environment while still enjoying a variety of entertainment options like parks, museums, and zoos. twenty-four Comments Columbus Ohio has been great to us for over twenty years. We moved here straight out of college before we were married. We've now been married twenty years with two children. Job opportunities have been amazing,cost of living is low and there are great schools in the suburbs of Columbus. There are always plenty of festivals,concerts and activities. As well as a great Art museum, Science museum and zoo! I live in Seattle, was born and raised here. I love Seattle! It is one of the most beautiful places. Black folks are doing well and there is a togetherness here however , we are a melting pot which I love. We have all four seasons. Fall and winter it rains and we may get some snow like we had this past week. The problem is, our warm seasons don't last long. Spring weather kicks in late May early June. We can safely plan outdoor BBQs mid July and summer is over in September. Not to be negative but me and my wife have lived in Seattle four years and while I love the west coast (weather, ocean & amp; Mountain View's) the black population isn't big at all. The people here are very weird. They don't speak and will just look at you. We're from the Midwest so we're not used to that. We've had family come here to visit and every single one has said the same thing. Numerous black people have moved away. I don't get it. I agree, when I visited Seattle last summer I definitely felt out of place. The people are not welcoming at all. The Pike market was worth the experience but other than that I have no intention of visiting again. Seattle is boring. Things are costly and you don't get the service for your money. I'm also a true Washingtonian and love more to get away from the state. I'm a single mother and the cost of living and activities are ridiculous compared to other states. Interestingly enough I am reading this because we have found that despite the wealth and natural beauty Seattle has to offer they are not as acceptant of black families as you would think. Seattle has a long history of segregation and now struggles with gentrification. We have great jobs but I would say that Seattle is a very isolating city. They even had the FBI press them for police reform because of profiling a few years ago. Lots of opportunity for discomfort here. Wish we would have known when we moved here years ago. I currently live in Richmond VA or have lived in surrounding counties for the better part of the last ten years. I resisted moving here earlier because of it being a 'murder capital'. When the new police chief was appointed and crime dropped to an all time low, I finally made the move. When I was living in the city, being the mother of a black boy, the only choice for my way of thinking was to put him in a private school, or to home school. So I chose to home school. Not all of the schools in the city were even fully accredited at that time. When I moved to Henrico county, I put him in the public highschool.
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