Rule-Breaking You’re Not Allowed to Notice | American Renaissance

May 21, 2019
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On May 21, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, A decade of demographic change in D.C.: Which neighborhoods have changed the most?, was cited by American Renaissance:

Unlike WMATA, Washington is getting whiter. The new arrivals are mostly urban professionals who overwhelmingly liberal (Hillary Clinton got 91 percent of DC’s vote in 2016). They may put Black Lives Matter signs on their lawns, but they still complain about black-run transit. These liberal professionals pay a lot of money to live in the area and expect good service.

Read more: Rule-Breaking You’re Not Allowed to Notice | American Renaissance

Related: A decade of demographic change in D.C.: Which neighborhoods have changed the most? | D.C. Policy Center

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