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Black America Is Moving South--and to the 'Burbs. What's It Mean?

Black America Is Moving South—and to the ‘Burbs. What’s It Mean?

by John Sullivan on October 10 2011, 9:40AM

The 2010 Census revealed a decade of southern and suburban migration inside the black community. There are many reasons for the shift. But whatever the cause, it’s time we understand—and deal with—the consequences.

Topics: Economy

A Picture of America's Changing Demographics

A Picture of America’s Changing Demographics

by Asraa Mustufa on April 7 2011, 2:29PM

Center for American Progress has some compelling graphics on the Census 2010 data that’s got folks buzzing about diversity.

Topics: Politics

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A “Mixed-Race” Nation Isn’t the Same as a Post-Race One

by Dom Apollon on February 4 2011, 9:59AM

Dom Apollon explains what a buzz-making New York Times story left out.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Census Report: Cities More Integrated Than in 100 Years

Census Report: Cities More Integrated Than in 100 Years

by Kai Wright on December 14 2010, 2:07PM

The Census Bureau starts a massive data dump. We’ll try to put the findings in context.

Topics: Kai Wright

New York Ends Prison Gerrymandering

New York Ends Prison Gerrymandering

by Michelle Chen on August 9 2010, 9:01AM

A New York bill would bar counties from using census data to inflate their population numbers with prison headcounts.

Topics: Criminal Justice

America vs. the Census

America vs. the Census

by Kai Wright on May 10 2010, 12:00PM

The country’s 2010 effort to enumerate itself was more ambitious than ever—and may have been more consequential. But it’s complicated by the question it begs: Who does and doesn’t count?

Topics: Immigration, Politics

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