Examining Black flight: why Black families have been absconding from cities for decades.

    <p>Being able to get out is its own kind of marker of privilege. When disaster strikes, people who avoid the worst of it are often the ones with more money, physical ability, education, connections, youth, and, of course, luck.</p>
    <a href="https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/09/black-families-leaving-cities-suburbs/671331/">&#x021A9;&#xFE0E; The Atlantic</a>

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