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Demographic Change (United States)

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Minority student population in Illinois schools to surpass white students

The newly released 2013 Illinois School Report Card shows total minority enrollment at 49.4 percent, less than a percentage point from a majority, with Latinos leading the increase. In the last 15 years, the state's Hispanic share of public school students has increased by 10 percentage points, to 24.1 percent, a gain attributed to high birth rates and immigration.

ACORN’s former chief calls for more immigration to boost black power at Congressional Black Caucus conference

ACORN’s former CEO Bertha Lewis urged Africans-Americans to support increased immigration as a strategy to gain political power.

21% of US residents (60.6 million) speak a language other than English at home, 43.1% in California

According to the Census Bureau, of 291.5 million people aged 5 and over, 60.6 million people (21 percent of this population) speak a language other than English at home.

Ron Unz: Immigration, the Republicans, and the End of White America

Over the last few years, various demographic projections from the U.S. Census and independent analysts have provided somewhat fluctuating estimates of the date—perhaps 2042 or 2037 or 2050—at which white Americans will become a minority. This represents a remarkable, almost unimaginable, demographic change from our country of the early 1960s, when whites accounted for over 85 percent of the population and seemed likely to remain at that level indefinitely.

An Immigrant's View of Racism and Demographic Change in America

"The whole world has been hearing about racism in America by American media for decades, and CNN International is constantly telling the world we are racists. So how can America expect the world to be anything but hateful towards the US?"

Democratic Donors Are Setting Their Sights on Texas

Big Democratic donors are setting their sights on Texas amid expectations that it might be up for grabs as early as the 2016 US presidential election because of its rapidly changing demographics, potentially creating a Texas-sized problem for the Republican party.

Future of Texas Looks Bleak Unless Demographic Trends Change

Unless the trend line changes, 30 percent of the state’s labor force will not have even a high school diploma by 2040, he said. And the average household income will be about $6,500 lower than it was in 2000. That figure is not inflation adjusted so it will be worse than what it sounds.

Spanish Language Broadcasters Eye English Ad Budgets

“You can’t ignore this anymore. You’re on the wrong side of history if you do.”

Whites now Account for Less than Half of Births in the US

Non-Hispanic whites accounted for 49.6 percent of all births in the 12-month period that ended last July, according to Census Bureau data, while minorities — including Hispanics, blacks, Asians and those of mixed race — reached 50.4 percent, representing a majority for the first time in the country’s history.

There Were More Deaths than Births Among White Americans in 2012

The USA's largest population group — whites who are not Hispanic — recorded more deaths than births last year for the first time ever, according to an analysis of Census Bureau estimates. The milestone reflects the aging of the white population and lower birth rates than those among minorities.

Asian Americans Are Now the Most Educated and Highest Income Racial Group in America

Asian Americans are the highest-income, best-educated and fastest-growing racial group in the United States. They are more satisfied than the general public with their lives, finances and the direction of the country, and they place more value than other Americans do on marriage, parenthood, hard work and career success, according to a comprehensive new nationwide survey by the Pew Research Center.

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