It also happens to be 71.1% white and 22% black.
And, it also happens to be a city where a massive crime surge is underway, with homicides and nonfatal shootings increasing almost entirely courtesy of... the black minority population.
The violence has been increasing since 2014, got worse in 2015 - thanks to blacks - but reached a record high in 2016, with Louisville overwhelmed in black violence.
Incredible to think an overwhelmingly white city would be overwhelmed with black gun crime, but such is the case of Louisville.
And Kentucky's feckless Republican governor - who has adopted blacks - believes the "power of prayer" is the only answer to Louisville's black crime problem. [Kentucky governor's plan to combat rising Louisville murder rate: "Pray", CBS News, June 2, 2017]:
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin called on the "power of prayer" to help combat Louisville's rising murder rate as he urged people to form prayer groups to walk high-crime neighborhoods.
His plan, outlined at a community meeting, was met with a mix of support and derision. Bevin urged volunteers to form teams of 3-10 people that pick the same block to walk at the same time of day, at least two or three times a week. He urged participants to make a yearlong commitment.
"Go around the block, pause on each corner, pray for the people there, move to the next corner," Bevin said later in describing his plan to reporters at a city park.Read More: http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2017/06/in-22-black-louisville-prayer-is-only.html