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Census 2000
Data Tables:

People & Household Characteristics

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Income & Poverty



Educational Attainment

Immigration & Language


Neighborhood Characteristics


Dillard Neighborhood

“The Dillard neighborhood, whose boundaries are Mirabeau Avenue, Elysian Fields Avenue, Benefit Street, Paris Avenue, and Pratt Drive, is a mixed residential and commercial area. Small establishments nestle on corners in large residential sections while larger establishments are positioned on the main thoroughfares, especially Gentilly Boulevard and Elysian Fields Avenue. The community is composed of primarily African American families of low and middle-income levels (Census 2000). The housing stock is predominately low sprawling post-World War II houses.” [Read more in the Neighborhood Snapshot]

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Census 2000 Data Tables: People & Household CharacteristicsHousing & Housing Costs, Income & Poverty, Transportation, Employment, Educational Attainment, Immigration & Language, Disabilities, Neighborhood Characteristics

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