As Austin's Black community shrinks, moves to suburbs, community leaders push for change
Nelson Linder, president of Austin’s NAACP chapter, said that seeing Austin’s already small, and once thriving, Black population continue to decline is a concern. To reverse the trend, he said, the city needs to invest in affordable housing, make sure jobs pay high enough wages for people of color, and put money back into the community and programs that foster Black culture. Read more here.
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