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Minorities Are Now Majority Of U.S. Births, Census Says
From USA Today: “For the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S,” The Associated Press writes. News from the Census Bureau is “a sign of how swiftly the USA is becoming … Continue reading
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Americans Overestimate Number of Asian Americans, Minorities, and Extent of Interracial Marriage
On Discover Magazine’s Gene Expressions blog, Razib Khan takes a look at how different groups of Americans perceive the number of Asian Americans and other minorities. He concludes that Americans consistently overestimate the number of minorities and underestimate the number … Continue reading
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