African Americans Return To 'City Life'
A growing number of affluent and middle-class African-Americans moving back into traditionally black inner-city areas across America. "It's a dramatic reversal from the days when when many African- Americans believed a home in the suburbs was a measure of 'making it.'... As a result, city neighborhoods from Atlanta to Chicago are in the throes of renewal - with all the vibrancy, anxiety, and transformation that entails. New York's Harlem is, perhaps, the most famous current example, but neighborhoods from Pittsburgh to Washington are metamorphosing, too."
Thanks to Chris Steins