Saturday, January 23, 2010

New Immigrants Challenge Traditional View of Race

While 87 percent of U.S. residents born in Cuba and 53 percent born in Mexico identified themselves as white, a majority of those born in the Dominican Republic and El Salvador described themselves as neither black nor white, according to  the American Community Survey released this week by the Census Bureau ... read more

Also on this issue:
Race and Hispanic Origin of the Foreign-born population in the United States. American Community Survey Reports. U.S. Census Bureau, January 2010

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