Immigrants pave the way for the gentrification of black neighborhoods

A study shows Asian and Hispanic immigrants alter U.S. neighborhood demographics


IMMIGRANT PIONEERS  For decades, gentrification left predominantly black neighborhoods untouched. But now these neighborhoods are gentrifying faster than nonblack ones. Immigrants may be pioneering that shift, a study finds.

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