A full version of the report can be downloaded here.
To request a hard copy of the report or to have the Senator present the report in your community, email Jude.Husein@PASenate.com
Senator Haywood Releases First State of Black PA Report: Black middle class expanded, Black poverty declined, Black high earners increased
Harrisburg, PA – Feb. 28, 2023 – Today, Senator Art Haywood announced the release of his first State of Black Pennsylvania report. The report details the changing position of Black Pennsylvanians from 2010 to 2021, with several data points indicating the upward...
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State of Black Pennsylvania report shows positive trends
A new report about African Americans in Pennsylvania says grades for this group are coming up A’s in some key areas.
“There are some surprising things in this report … the story is so often what we are not doing (right) but this is what we are doing,” said state Sen. Art Haywood, whose office recently issued the State of Black Pennsylvania Report 2010-2021.
It says, more Black households than ever are earning over $100,000 a year, 54,000 more Black households than a decade ago.
State of Black Pennsylvania Report: A Comprehensive Overview of Black Pennsylvanians Growth and Progress
Senator Art Haywood this week announced the release of his first State of Black Pennsylvania report. The report details the changing position of Black Pennsylvanians from 2010 to 2021, with several data points indicating the upward socioeconomic mobility of the Black community.
New report on Black Pa. shows improvement — and room for growth, lawmakers say
From household income and access to healthcare to a reduction in incarceration rates, Black Pennsylvanians have made strides over the last decade, but significant policy challenges still remain.
That’s the picture painted by a data-rich new report, released on the final day of Black History Month, that measures changes in the quality of life for Pennsylvania’s Black residents between 2010 and 2021. The document is intended to serve as the basis for future legislation, lawmakers said Tuesday.
The State of Black Pennsylvania report shows positive, negative trends over decade
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A new report highlighted the changing positions of African American Pennsylvanians from 2010 to 2021, focusing on trends in population, income, housing, education, health, and incarceration.
The report was launched by Philadelphia Democratic Senator Art Haywood’s office. The data is not meant to compare Pennsylvania’s black and white populations, but rather show changes over time and address issues at hand.