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All-White Neighborhoods Are Dwindling as America Grows More Diverse

As the country has become more racially and ethnically diverse over the past 40 years, American neighborhoods have, too. And the change is most apparent in places that were once all white:



Compared with 1980, more census tracts today are in the middle of this distribution, with a mix of white residents and other groups. But the center here has grown primarily because the right side has collapsed.


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"All-White Neighborhoods Are Dwindling as America Grows More Diverse" by Emily Badger, Quoctrung Bui and Robert Gebeloff; The New York Times; May 1, 2019

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