Why did detroit go from a booming city to a dump because of blacks?

It was a growing and very successful city in the early 20th cetury and then towards the time blacks were starting to migrate to detroit it turned into a hell hole. @ LARGE Harden Supercollider. Black people equals poverty.

Asked By: Chim Pan Zee - 9/28/2011
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Neighborhoods and cities don't exist in a vacuum. You understand each state and city has a budget ,right? A bunch of blacks move into one neighborhoods, the banks divest of those same neighborhoods. Businesses close up and move to white neighborhoods, jobs don't hire them. Capital flight in the 60s and the drying up of... More
Answered By: Black King™ - 9/28/2011
Additional Answers (12)
Dude... why are whites so arrogant?
Answered By: Sam - 9/28/2011
Answered By: BRICK CITY'S FINEST! - 9/28/2011
Answered By: Martha Focker says because I said so - 9/28/2011
Your question is turning Yahoo Answers into a dump or "hell hole". Haha.
Answered By: viva_la_bailee182 - 9/28/2011
Write the Mayor and ask him.
Answered By: Frederick Douglas - 9/28/2011
Blacks didn't turn Detroit into a hell hole, poverty did.
Answered By: Large Hardon Supercollider - 9/28/2011
As if ghost towns are any better. Oh! I call the suburbs, the deep south and the trailer parks ghosts towns because they're majority white
Answered By: Equal rights for blacks brotha A - 9/28/2011
So you want blacks to be treated like animals?
Answered By: Muntu - 9/28/2011
Detroit went under because the factories went under and why did that happen... because their rich white owners moved the jobs overseas or to Mexico. White people, high society white people, ruined Detroit for everybody including other not as wealthy working class whites. Learn something about history, Detroit is one of... More
Answered By: Waka Floka Ta - 9/28/2011
It's not only black people living there. There are people of all races that live there, and they are poor, which is the cause for the city changing. This happens to a lot of towns, not just Detroit.
Answered By: Angela - 9/28/2011
they say the loberals dumped billion into it and ruined it here's the link ironic... More
Answered By: R J - 9/29/2011
Ask the governer to improve it
Answered By: Mo Mo - 9/29/2011
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