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Resource ID: #1364
Subject: Census 1: Understanding Race
Source: Chicago IRE National 2001Erin McCormick; Paul Overberg; Cindy Rodriguez; Stephanie Williams
Affiliation: San Francisco Chronicle;USA Today;The Boston Globe;The Chicago Reporter
Date: 2001



For the first time, the census allowed people to have multiple race responses. Over 7 million people took advantage of the change. Lee shows the importance of the change and how it affects children more than adults. She also explains and offers solutions to the difficulties of comparing old census data to the new when it comes to race.

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