The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting

5.
Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian

2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
 
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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting

5.
Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian

2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
 
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What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting

5.
Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian

2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
 

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5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting
5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
 

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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting
5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
Come on. No one can really be as politically correct as that.
 

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5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
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5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
Come on. No one can really be as politically correct as that.
He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
 

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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
 

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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
You haven't proved that blacks are more violent than anyone else.

In the town I grew up in, there were only whites and latinos. So in my town, were blacks less violent than whites and latinos?
 

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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
You haven't proved that blacks are more violent than anyone else.

In the town I grew up in, there were only whites and latinos. So in my town, were blacks less violent than whites and latinos?
Are you drinking?
 
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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting
5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
High concentrations of blacks are an indicator of high levels of violent crime. Bagels aren't. Are you telling me this information isn't useful?
 
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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
You haven't proved that blacks are more violent than anyone else.

In the town I grew up in, there were only whites and latinos. So in my town, were blacks less violent than whites and latinos?
Whenever you compare groups its best to place them in context as the total percentage of their population. But by either metric, whether you note that people of a race that makes up 13% of the total US population managed to account for nearly 50% of all murders or simply note that people from 13% of the population is responsible for a disproportionate number of murders well beyond the white rate, the black male is by far the most violent among his racial counterparts. You contest this? Once again, this information is useful. Progressives are attempting to cry racism in order to sway public policy. Therefore, I push backs with the facts. Demanding that cultures take into account the fruits of their creation is the best way to criticize them. Racial inferiority assumes that they are inherently inferior and beyond repair. Cultural inferiority assumes they are able to change. Most blacks in the US are culturally inferior to whites. Even this black academic admits this. But you wont imply that he's a racist now will you?

 
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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting
5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
High concentrations of blacks are an indicator of high levels of violent crime. Bagels aren't. Are you telling me this information isn't useful?
urban blacks are violent. Black trash tends to go urban more so than white, latino and Asian trash because rural and suburban blacks tend to be legally armed and most murders are urban black on black.
 

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The Racial Makeup of the Most Dangerous/Safest Cities in the United States 2014 Edition

What do they all have in common? America s Most Dangerous Cities 2014 Edition

5. Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland jumped up the list this year from #8 in 2014 to number 5. In addition to contending with a violent crime rate of 1,478 violent crimes per 100,000 people, the city must also deal with a poverty rate of 34 percent and an average median income of just $26,556. Cleveland is one of the few cities on Law Street's list that saw its overall crime rate increase. The city saw its number of robberies and aggravated assaults climb and as a result, the violent crime rate ticked up by 7 percent.
  • 53.3% Black
  • 33.4% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 10% Hispanic or Latino of any Race

4. St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis dropped one stop from last year's list to number 4. But even so, the city has the highest murder rate of any locale in the top five, with 38 murders per 100,000 people. Its overall violent crime rate is 1,594 violent crimes per 100,000 people. That rate dropped by an impressive 10 percent from 2012.
  • 49.2% Black
  • 42.2% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 3.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
3. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis moved up a spot to number 3 on this year's list, but the city still managed to reduce its overall violent crime by 5 percent rom 2012. There were 1,656 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
  • 63.33% Black
  • 29.5% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
2. Oakland, California
Oakland saw its crime spike by 10 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared to the previous year. But by the end of 2013, crime had dropped so much that the city's overall violent crime was down by 1 percent year-over-year. Law Street notes that part of this reduction could be due to an increase in police precincts, which made the captains in each district responsible for their local crime numbers.
The racial makeup of Oakland is 134,925 (34.5%) White (non-Hispanic White 25.9%), 109,471 (28.0%) African American

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
  • 27% Black
  • 25% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 25.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
1. Detroit
Once again, Detroit tops the list. But, as with many cities on the list, there is good news for Detroit. The city saw its violent crime drop by 2.5 percent to 2,072 crimes per 100,000 people.

As of the 2010 Census, the racial composition of the city was:
Safest Cities in the United States population 100,000+

Top 10 Safest Cities in America 2014 Parenting
5. Irvine, Calif.

Irvine, a suburban city in Orange County, barely beat out Amherst and was barely outranked by our No. 4 pick. While it has fewer violent and property crimes per capita than the next location, it's also located in a state with a slightly lower ranking on the peace index (California: 32; New Jersey: 28). And Irvine has a considerably higher number of sex offenders than our No. 4 city

  • 1.8% Black
  • 45.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 9.2% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 39.2% Asian
4. Woodbridge Township, N.J.
Woodbridge Township sits just across the river from Staten Island, N.Y. In this New Jersey city, we find the first notable drop in the number of sex offenders per capita. Woodbridge Township sits between two California cities on our list. All three are home to low violent and property crimes per capita and share similar rankings on the peace index: New Jersey: 28; California: 32.
  • 9.85% Black
  • 59.18% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 15.63% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 0.04% Asian
3. Santa Clarita, Calif.
Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, beat out Woodbridge Township for the No. 3 spot with its slightly lower number of sex offenders per capita. The cities are nearly identical in their number of crimes per capita, and the states sit closely on the peace index: California: 32; New Jersey: 28.
  • 3.2% Black
  • 56.1% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 29.5% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 8.5% Asian
2. Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Just barely missing out on the top spot in our list is Port St. Lucie. It's slightly higher number of violent crimes per capita and Florida's lower ranking on the peace index compared to New Jersey (Florida: 47; New Jersey: 28), left Port St. Lucie settling for second place.
  • 16.3% Black
  • 61.6% Non-Hispanic Whites
  • 18.4% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 2% Asian

1. Edison, N.J.
Our pick for the safest city in America is Edison, N.J.! It has all-around low crime rates, fewer sex offenders per capita and New Jersey has a mid-level spot on the peace index, which makes for one safe and sound city in our book. It beat out Port St. Lucie, our No. 2 pick, with its slightly lower violent crime rates and New Jersey's No. 28 ranking from the Institute for Economics & Peace index compared to Florida's No. 47 out of the 50 U.S. states.
  • 7.05% Black
  • 44.1% Whites (Non Hispanic Whites Not Reported)
  • 8.11% Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • 43.19% Asian
Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
Come on. No one can really be as politically correct as that.
He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
Violence follows blackness.

That does not mean blacks are inferior, only that they are more violent.
 

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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
You haven't proved that blacks are more violent than anyone else.

In the town I grew up in, there were only whites and latinos. So in my town, were blacks less violent than whites and latinos?
Whenever you compare groups its best to place them in context as the total percentage of their population. But by either metric, whether you note that people of a race that makes up 13% of the total US population managed to account for nearly 50% of all murders or simply note that people from 13% of the population is responsible for a disproportionate number of murders well beyond the white rate, the black male is by far the most violent among his racial counterparts. You contest this? Once again, this information is useful. Progressives are attempting to cry racism in order to sway public policy. Therefore, I push backs with the facts. Demanding that cultures take into account the fruits of their creation is the best way to criticize them. Racial inferiority assumes that they are inherently inferior and beyond repair. Cultural inferiority assumes they are able to change. Most blacks in the US are culturally inferior to whites. Even this black academic admits this. But you wont imply that he's a racist now will you?

The American black, not blacks world wide, is a special case.

Fifty years of the war on poverty has encouraged people to have children they don't care for, and created hordes of kids with no father figures.

The kind of violence we see today is new.

It has been created.
 

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Wow, you're a genius....you've provided proof that blacks are inferior
I did? I thought I simply proved that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities. I said nothing of inferiority/superiority. Perhaps you misread the op?
How is the fact that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities interesting in any way?

You could have proved something like the most violent cities have the most bagels...and that would be no more noteworthy than proving that blacks are the largest group in the most violent cities

The intellectual stench has followed you from Stormfront, and it's always a dead giveaway
Come on. No one can really be as politically correct as that.
He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
Violence follows blackness.

That does not mean blacks are inferior, only that they are more violent.
But the evidence presented so far is not even close to conclusive in that regard
 

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He said he does not believe blacks are inferior...so what is the point of noting that the most violent cities have more of them?
That they are more violent. The correlation between violence and inferiority are your. As to your previous observation, if bagels committed crimes, it would be fair to state that high concentrations of bagels result in higher crime rates.
You haven't proved that blacks are more violent than anyone else.

In the town I grew up in, there were only whites and latinos. So in my town, were blacks less violent than whites and latinos?
Are you drinking?
Are you using the wifi at your local KKK meeting hall to post today?
 

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It has nothing to do with these cities having populations that are mostly black. It has to do with them having populations that are mostly poor and blacks happen to be disproportionately affected by that more than other races.
 

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