Fewer white people call Washington, D.C home in a demographic shift that happened during the pandemic and restores the "Chocolate City" nickname.
A surprising result that came from the 2020 survey showed that 1/3 of Afro-Latinos — that fraction translates to just over 6 million — actually don't identify as Hispanic, instead opting to choose White, Black or even "some other race."
For the first time in history, non-white people and Hispanics made up the bulk of those who are age 16 and younger and living in the U.S.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Illinois has lost more people than any other state during the course of the year.
A coalition of civil rights groups urge the Census Bureau to change its policy of how counting prisoners. In a letter they say dislocating the prisoners is discriminatory and distorts democracy.
New census projections have revealed that white children will be outnumbered by children of color in the United States within the next five years. The rise of immigration and a decline in the birthrate amongst whites are all factors that play into this prediction. The projected data shows that by 2020, 50.2 percent of the nation’s […]
What you see above is a map of Detroit. The small colorful dots represent people, plotted to show where they live and their race. Whites are represented by blue dots, Blacks with green dots, Asians with red and Latinos with orange. All others are represented using the color brown. Again, what you see is Detroit, but also […]
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