On The Study of African Americans In San Francisco 1960-1990

Monday, March 23, 2015 – by Zenophon A. Abraham

“In 1992, I was employed by Polaris Research and its President Dr. Noel Day in San Francisco, and to be the research economist for a study simply called “African Americans In San Francisco 1960 To 1990″. The study was commissioned by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and it’s “Committee on African American Parity”.

And yes, it was ran by the same Ed Lee who’s now Mayor of San Francisco.

The problem then, as now, was the decline in black population in San Francisco, only at that time it was down to 10 percent, and not the 6 percent of today. (It was at a study period high of 13.4 percent in 1970.)”

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