Saturday, May 18, 2024

Texas Added to List of States Where Non-Latino Whites Makeup Less Than 50 Percent

The Census Bureau confirmed Thursday that Latinos now outnumber non-Latino whites in Texas. Data shows that Latinos make up around 40.2% of the state’s population, while non-Latino whites make up 39.8%. These results are not surprising, as the Latino population in Texas, and the country, has been steadily growing over the past few decades. In […]

American Latinos Struggled with Identity in 2020 Census, Census Bureau Numbers Shows

Almost 60% of the 54.6 million Americans identified as Latino reported belonging to one racial group, such as white or Black. However, over a third (35.5%) of Latinos chose the “Some Other Race” category, which is not currently recognized as a race by the federal government. The Census Bureau said 43.6% of Latino Americans reported […]

Chicano Census Director Set to Change the Integrity of the Census Bureau

Robert Santos is the first Latino to set up the U.S. Census Bureau for the next decennial census in 2030. He is positioned to be the head of the bureau, and he has set about introducing himself to America as the “face of the census.” It is believed that his everyman persona and Chicano background […]

Study Found That Black and Latino Millennials Stay Closer to Home for Economic Opportunities

A new Census Bureau and Harvard University study have found that two-thirds of young adults in the United States live close to the homes they grew up in. Of these groups, Latinos, African Americans, and those from low-income families only move a short distance away. Latino and Black young adults have more economic opportunities closer […]