May 16, 2021

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Opinion | How Maryland can help make affordable rental housing more accessible in Baltimore

Over time, the whites fled to the suburbs and investment went with them. Black people stayed behind, the poorest in townblack butterfly. “From 1950 to 2000, the proportion of black residents rose from less than 25 percent, although the total population decreased by about 30 percent more than 64 percent. Baltimore, now with a poverty rate of around 22 percent, became a poor city in a very affluent state.