I've lived in the Antelope Valley for 40 years. I am Caucasian and have become the minority over the years. My son is one of few Caucasian kids who attend his school, where he is often teases and is a victim of racism from the other non-white kids. In the Antelope Valley the African American and Hispanic population have grown considerably over the last ten years and continues to do so at a very high rate. It appears to me that the number of Caucasians and Others is significantly lower, and in the last three to five years I believe the population of these groups have actually begun to drop. The Antelope Valley has changed a lot over the years, as have all cities in California. Along with growth and change, the amount of gang activity, violence, drug use and other criminal activities have also increased. Regardless of race, I believe as long as an individual is accepting and tolerant of others, the Antelope Valley is welcoming of all who wish to plant roots here. It has been a good home to me and my family and I have no plans to leave here any time soon.... more
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