Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsD+
- Crime & SafetyNG
- Good for FamiliesC
- Cost of LivingA
- Health & FitnessC+
- Outdoor ActivitiesC+
Clarksdale is a town in Mississippi with a population of 16,174. Clarksdale is in Coahoma County. Living in Clarksdale offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. Many families live in Clarksdale and residents tend to be liberal.
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Born and raised here. It's like a miniature version of Flint Michigan. Trash all over the streets and side walks. Boarded-up houses dotted throughout the neighborhoods. Lots of racism against whites and middle eastern people. Lot of crime. Shootings, burglary, robbery, prostitution, drugs, increasing homeless population. They spend taxpayers money on stupid sidewalk art. They cater to tourists, and care very little for the community itself. In fact, the tourist committee and the community college are both under investigation for embezzlement. Weak, Democratic politicians have ruined Clarksdale.
Clarksdale has no jobs. I just seen someone get murder on Easter! If they bring jobs in the community or businesses least crime. I was born and raised in Clarksdale. My childhood was influenced by music, friends, family. Now everyone is robbing and killing people. No unity this place is still whites against black come on it's 2018!
Clarksdale is my hometown! It's has a rich history in the Blues. As a high schooler, I had the pleasure of attending the Blues Museum Music Program. I learned to play the bass guitar and was afforded the opportunity of being on a recording and performing with the Blues Museum Band at our Annual Clarksdale-Sunflower River Blues Festival in 2011. I wish our community had a better handle on crime. We have a small community with big city crime problems per capita.