In neighborhoods such as Harlem, 33 percent of students attend charter schools, a majority of them black or Latino.
In fact, in places like Watts, few rioted, having witnessed the destruction of their neighborhoods in 1965.
Entire towns or neighborhoods could not be targeted for quarantine, Hodge said.
mid-15c., "neighborly conduct, friendliness," from neighbor (n.) + -hood. Modern sense of "community of people who live close together" is first recorded 1620s. Phrase in the neighborhood of meaning "near, somewhere about" is first recorded 1857, American English. The Old English word for "neighborhood" was neahdæl.