So I kept digging. Arguably one of the most comprehensive books on the subject is James Loewen’s 2005 Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism. He maintains a database of potential sundown towns to this day. Pomona isn’t on there, but Cherry Hi…
I loved your story. I am doing some research on how some of the biggest cities in the country have contracted to the point where they're shells of their former selves. I was just wondering if, in your research, you found any "sundown towns" to be among our largest cities? Or is it just everywhere? Thank you!