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What is LABELVIEW? LABELVIEW is a barcode label and cartridge label software designed for. .The weighty subject of ‘black flight’ is too often divorced from economic realities. Using census data, the Washington Post recently published a stark fact-check of Donald Trump’s warning that “I would say black people are leaving the country.” The article noted that black residents of places like Baltimore and Chicago are disproportionately likely to move to more economically vibrant parts of the country. And it also suggested that Trump’s claims were “largely untrue.” I saw a lot of nods and headshakes among journalists who heard Trump’s comments last week, as well as among political commentators, pundits and Trump supporters who were watching the story of black flight on TV. Trump’s statement had been widely framed as a racism-fueled case of black “recession.” But the story of black flight is much more complicated than either of these popular narratives. And to write about black flight as a problem for communities of color is to ignore the fact that there are clear economic realities at play. Not all black people are fleeing to escape declining communities, but not all white people are moving into struggling neighborhoods either. The idea that black Americans are fleeing the cities is simply incorrect. Political journalism often ignores that black people are just as likely to live in urban areas as they are in suburban ones, and that black Americans are not disproportionately likely to move to economically vibrant places such as the Bay Area and coastal cities. In fact, it’s far more likely that black people are moving to places like the Midwest and Appalachia — which tend to be poorer and where jobs are plentiful. As the New York Times’s Nate Cohn pointed out recently, the “blue-collar suburbs” in places like Michigan and Wisconsin are “becoming the new black” as young and middle-aged black people move to places where housing prices are relatively affordable. When it comes to the question of black flight, it’s tempting to get into a political argument about race and ask black people to explain their own decisions to move. But it is more useful to look at the economic realities that likely drive black and white Americans to move and what that does to place-based inequality. We should also not lose sight of the racial dynamic at play. In






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