List of U.S. Cities With Large African American Populations

List Of U.S. Cities With Large African American Populations

This is a list of the several U.S. cities over 100,000 people that have populations over 30% African American. The list is ranked by the perspective percentage of African American population. Note that there are exactly 19 cities with populations over 100,000 that have majority (over 50%) African-American populations.

These majority (over 50%) African-American cities are located in the following 13 states: Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, as well as the District of Columbia.

Read more about List Of U.S. Cities With Large African American Populations:  Places With The Highest Percentage of Blacks or African Americans, Places With The Highest Number of African Americans, Cities Whose Population Is At Least 25 % African American

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