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There is strong upward mobility in the African American community. But which cities are the most attractive to our upper middle class and where are we achieving the most economically? Forbes helps us answer these questions. Based on their analysis of America’s 35 largest metropolitan cities, they have published this list.

The resounding conclusion is this… The South is where it’s at.

The Top 10 metro areas that attract Black Money are all in the South! African Americans are attracted to cities with high growth, job opportunities, affordable large homes, and a reasonable cost of living… which makes the South particularly appealing to the Black Community.

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  1. Thank you for another fantastic video. Unfortunately, I live in Tulsa, OK and the black community here never recovered from the destruction of the Tulsa race riots of 1921. We really need to see Black Wallstreet rebuilt and expanded in this southern but backwards city.

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  2. Great information, but I am sure we all knew Atl, Charlotte, and DC would make the list. But I enjoy the vids and statistics.

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  3. I live in Charlotte came from Augusta Ga. I was shock to see so many nice black neighborhoods. The mind set in Augusta is that if you lived around whites you made it. But coming to Charlotte I know thats not true. Its all about wealth, how you raise your kids, and self worth. Also in Charlotte most black people have their degree. People are shock when I tell them I dont have one. When we bought a house 3 years about and the value when up 60 thousand. And half of the neighborhood is black maybe more than half is black.

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  4. Im french, live in Paris… My dream would be visiting and live Altanta one day…

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  5. Of course the south! Weather, women, good pricing housing, jobs… What more do you want??

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  6. Hope Memphis can make this list one day

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  7. This channel is the best on YouTube. And the vid are edited smoothly and professionally.

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  8. As a white guy its so great to find all the positives of black American people instead being shown only negatives by ALL the media !! Thankyou

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  9. These videos give me life!!! I love all the lists that are researched. Can you do some additional videos that expand upon each city and person featured? Like the "most wealthiest black people". I would love to see an interview or know more about the ones based in Africa. Thank you

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  10. I'm surprised Austin there but not Dallas

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  11. Can't wait to move to Houston

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  12. Minnipolis, Des moines Iowa, Omaha Nebraska, is a hidden Gemm because its to cold, easy to get a great Paying job, job sercurity.

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  13. I like too see what's top ten cities for black singles to work live play and culture as well as meeting others…I seen others sites like black enterprise and black people meet

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  14. Oakland, Ca didn’t make the list? O yeah hardly any blacks left in California. No to Atlanta for me been there done that but yes to Texas.

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  15. Im looking to move to NC soon

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  16. Like if you live in Charlotte

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  17. This channel is interesting and thoughtful … However, I wonder why it doesn’t feature coverage on how to maintain this “affluence” and “opulence,” where finances are concerned? Top 10 credit rehabilitation routes or something in that vein. It’s not enough to celebrate ppl in our culture who have achieved this level of success, we should center our focus on the fundamental aspects, like financial literacy. Otherwise, this becomes nothing more than another display of braggadocio.

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  18. Roll Call! Which city do you represent or plan to move to some day?

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  19. I wish raleigh could’ve been done as the triangle metro…Durham and other surrounding areas are growing at rapid speed.

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  20. I love living in Prince George's County Maryland

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  21. Not one Northern city was listed why is that

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  22. I never knew this about Richmond. Thanks.

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  23. From this, I think the separation of Baltimore from DMV creates this class distinction of "urban" versus "cosmopolitan."

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  24. Hoping to see Dallas on the list

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