In the same time period, the Asian population in those cities grew 20% and the Hispanic population grew 12%. The black population in cities grew much more slowly – just 2% between 2010 and 2018. But 18 cities – many in the Midwest, including Cleveland, St. Louis and Chicago – lost more black residents than they gained. "They're taking up a smaller share of the population in cities, moving into cities or moving at all." But the share of white residents increased in 85% of cities that became less diverse.
Source: Ethiopian News January 22, 2020 04:52 UTC