Belvedere, Tiburon among Bay Area's most racially segregated
A new regional report shows Belvedere and Tiburon are among the most racially segregated municipalities in the Bay Area, with white people making up about 91 and 85 percent of residents, respectively. The findings, published last month by the University of California at Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute as part of a series on racial segregation in the region, list Belvedere as the third-most segregated of the Bay Area’s 101 towns and cities. Meanwhile, Tiburon ranks 13th on the list. Six other Marin municipalities — Ross, Sausalito, San Anselmo, Fairfax, Mill Valley and Larkspur — were in the top 15.
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