Black Belt – 18 counties in Alabama, a total of 52% African-American population.
Helena and West Helena
Allensworth in Tulare County
West Anaheim – formerly Manchester Avenue. Now along Magnolia Street.
Bakersfield has a black section.
Oxnard, Santa Barbara, Sand City, Seaside, Simi Valley and Ventura
Woodland Park, Chula Vista
Corcoran (15%) in San Joaquin Valley.
East Palo Alto – one of Silicon Valley’s largest black percentage cities (15%)
Fairfield – one of CA's largest black percentage cities (25%)
Fresno in the city's west side.
Hayward – large black population in eastern San Francisco Bay Area.
Lake Elsinore – Yarborough neighborhood of Old Town. Riverside County – goes back to the 1880s when the city incorporated.
Los Angeles County
Pasadena (esp southwest side and South Pasadena) 
- Blaine Park.
- East Side Riverside – along University and Chicago Avenues.
- North End Riverside.
- Raincross Square – downtown.
- University City.
- University Heights.
San Bernardino area –
- Downtown San Bernardino.
- Indian Springs, near Seccombe Lake Park.
- Mount Vernon Avenue.
- University District, San Bernardino (Kendall Farms and North Park).
- Waterman-North End.
- West Side San Bernardino.
San Jose – 5% black, lowest of US major cities
Southern Orange County – small but known black populations, like Irvine, Lake Forest and Mission Viejo.
Stockton – one of CA's highest black percentage cities (20%)
Suisun City (20%) – Solano County.
Tustin (est. 5%).
Vallejo (CA's largest black community-25%).
North End, Hartford
Peaking at 75% black in the mid-1970s after five previous decades of the Great Migration increased the black population five-fold, DC is 46–49% black in 2018. DC remains the largest African-American percentage population of any state or territory in the mainland US.
East Dunbar, Fort Myers
Miami and Miami-Dade County
Kendall Green, Pompano Beach
Prospect Bluff Historic Sites
Fort Mose Historic State Park, St. Augustine
[[Sea Islands (northern coast), home to the Gullah and Geechee peoples (African creoles).
Carver Ranches, West Park
Sea Islands (southern coast), home to the Gullah and Geechee peoples (African creoles).
East St. Louis
Washington Township, Randolph County (outside Lynn – 1% while it's higher outside Lynn)
Quad Cities area
West Des Moines
Kansas City, Kansas
Paducah – While the city itself is about 25% African American, the city school district's high school is about 50% African American.
Acadiana region in Louisiana has several historically African-American majority towns.
Black Belt of Louisiana  - Bobtown, Mossville, St. Maurice and Washington.
Mississippi Delta region.
Kennedy Park, Portland
Anne Arundel County
Prince George's County
Oak Bluffs- (sizable affluent Black-African American community, esp. tourism and seasonal residences)
- Belmont Street
- Main South
- Norrback Avenue
- Plumley Village East Projects
Benton Harbor – site of 2003 riots
About 80% of the city population is African-American.
A quarter of Metro Detroit (Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties) are African-American.
See also History of African Americans in Detroit and Neighborhoods of Detroit, Michigan.
Warren – est. 15–20%.
Summit-University, Saint Paul
Black Belt of Mississippi – Large African-American majority region.
Falcon – 98% black.
Mississippi Delta region.
Mound Bayou – 98% black.
St. Louis County
Omaha - most live in Northeast Omaha.
- Oakwood Heights
- South Side
- West Mount Vernon
New York City
Poughkeepsie (site of 1927 race riot)
- 19th Ward
- Corn Hill
- Group 14621
- Marketview Heights
- Homestead Heights
- Northwest White Plains
- Fisher Hill, White Plains
Greensboro – 40.6 black, historic black city in the South since slavery, colonial times, Civil rights and the Civil war.
Crestdale Matthews Formerly Tank Town
Kinston (62% black)
Oklahoma has a few surviving all-black or African-American majority towns as a result of the Land Rush of 1889, similar to the Exodusters after the Civil War (1860s) to nearby Kansas. One example is Freedom not to be confused with Freedom in the western half of the state.
Tahlequah East side
Tulsa – 15% black city
Turley – 20–25% Black
- City neighborhoods
- Federal Hill – developed sizable black population since the 1960s.
- Mount Hope
- South Providence
Rock Hill (38.3%)
Sea Islands (South Carolina coast, home to the Gullah and Geechee peoples (African creoles).
- Rosewood Park
- University Hills
- Cavalier Park
- 11th Street
- Loyola Lane
- Johnny Morris
- Oak Springs
- Austin Colony
East Texas has some Black majority towns.
Moore Station (98.91%)
The Woodlands –
In certain sections, not whole city.
- Alden Bridge
- Grogans Forest
- Grogans Mill
- Indian Springs
- Panther Creek
- Sterling Ridge
- Windsor Hills
- Windsor Lakes
Majority of territory residents are of black/Afro-Caribbean descent.
Most of state's blacks concentrated in Hill Air Force Base near Ogden.
Historically, the diverse SugarHouse district of Salt Lake City.
Alexandria – Sizable black population in the area.
Eastern counties of Virginia along Chesapeake Bay (Middle Peninsula).
It encompasses six Virginia counties:
Jackson Ward, Richmond
Tukwila – est.15–20%.
Fond du Lac