Pittsburgh’s Diversity Index, 2016

11 Oct

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Public Source recently published an article based off of Pittsburgh’s diversity index, or the chances that if you pick two random people from a neighborhood, that they would be of a different racial background.

Pittsburgh’s most diverse neighborhoods include, Marshall-Shadeland, Friendship, and Sheraden, while the least diverse include Bon Air, Regent Square, and Duquesne Heights.

Head over to Public Source for the rundown, as well as interviews with residents.

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