National | Written By Bruce C.T. Wright
In a major shift in American demographics, newly released Census data confirmed that the number of white people in the U.S. fell for the first time in decades.
News | Written By Anoa Changa
The U.S. Census Bureau has released partial data it collected last year showing data that will have a major impact on decisions impacting communities for the next decade.
News | Written By Charise Frazier
Data derived from a Feb. 3-15 U.S. Census Pulse study showed that "30% of Black families reported not being caught up on rent or mortgage payments, vs. 17% of all families."
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