Census 2000 was a special section in the March 30, 2001 issue of the Los Angeles Times. The section, which contained eight stories and 13 regional maps, analyzes data from the 2000 Census which showed that Southern California has become more racially mixed. For example, Census data showed that "Latinos ascended to dominance in Los Angeles and non-whites came to outnumber whites regionwide by more than 3 million." The stories in this section examine the impact this racial shift will have on California, as well as looking at Southern California population trends such as blacks moving to the suburbs and the area's influx of immigrants.
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