Results related to “census”
by Jamilah King on June 18 2014, 2:11PM
The hashtag #WhatLatinosLookLike popped up on Twitter this week.
by Von Diaz on September 19 2013, 1:31PM
The newest U.S. Census Bureau data shows poverty rates remain high nationwide, but haven’t increased.
by Julianne Hing on June 14 2013, 4:13PM
The Asians are coming.
by Jamilah King on December 27 2012, 1:57PM
The Census Bureau is considering possible revisions for its 2020 survey, and the proposed changes have raised concerns among some communities of color who fear that they’ll be undercounted. Corey Dade reports at NPR about just what’s at stake: “Race…
by Rinku Sen on July 18 2012, 9:19AM
It would be best to build an agenda for the country based on who and what we want to be, rather than on who and what we fear.
by Jorge Rivas on June 28 2012, 1:33PM
Sixty-five percent of the Nation’s 50.7 million Latinos self-identify as being of Mexican origin.
by Rinku Sen on May 18 2012, 11:11AM
“People of color” is now commonly used far beyond political circles, as “minority” fades into the category of things that used to be true. It is past time for the media and the general public to embrace the phrase.
by Jorge Rivas on May 17 2012, 11:15AM
Latinos continue to be the nation’s fastest growing group with their population increasing by 3.1 percent since 2010.
by Jorge Rivas on May 14 2012, 1:01PM
More Dominicans left New York City than arrived since 2000 while the growth of Mexican immigrants nearly bumped them ahead of South Americans into third place among Latinos in NYC, according to Census data analysed by the population division of…
by Jorge Rivas on May 7 2012, 4:41PM
The Asian population grew faster than any other race group in the United States between 2000 and 2010, according to new Census data released last week.
by Jorge Rivas on February 28 2012, 5:25PM
For the first time ever, more than 30% of U.S. adults 25 and older had at least a bachelor’s degree, but Latinos are still far behind.
by Dom Apollon on August 24 2011, 10:19AM
Despite all the fuss in media and politics about the coming non-white majority, most people don’t care about it one way or the other. However, those who are concerned are far more vocal about their fears.
by Jorge Rivas on March 9 2011, 4:50PM
Big changes could be in store for the state’s political landscape.
by Jamilah King on March 2 2011, 12:11PM
Let the pity party begin.