Thursday, December 5, 2019

Tag: U.S. Census Bureau

Texas Is Home to Largest Black Population...

Data from the U.S. Census Bureau published last week revealed that Texas is home to the largest Black population in the nation, boasting 3.8...

Census Bureau: White America’s Population Is Shrinking,...

For the first time in U.S. history, white Americans are dying faster than babies are being born in the majority of U.S. states, new...

2020 Census Question Asking Black Folks for...

New changes are coming to the 2020 census, including an area asking Black Americans to designate their nation of origin. Under the check box for...

Black Homeownership Rates Disturbingly Low, Despite Strengthened...

Things are finally looking up for the national housing market, as cities across the country are poised to move forward and rid themselves of...

Why Increased Wealth, Decreased Poverty Aren’t Reasons...

In 2015, the U.S. Census Bureau issued a report on income levels and poverty in America, revealing that the average household income had increased...

Number of Black-Owned Businesses Grow, But Still...

A newly released report revealed that African-Americans still lag behind other groups when it comes to business ownership. However, the gap is slowly but...

WhereU App Inspires Black Consumers to Recycle...

The WhereU app aims to build the largest directory of Black-owned businesses. Launched in celebration of Black History Month, the app is available for...

‘Negro’ Term on Census Form May Disappear

The U.S. Census Bureau may drop the term Negro from its questionnaire by 2020. The Census Bureau may also change some other minor aspects of...