67 years after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier, Major League Baseball looks very different
As the number of black players has declined, baseball has seen a rising share of white players.
Near Civil Rights Act anniversary, only a quarter of blacks report recent improvement in black people’s lives
Asian American voter turnout lags behind other groups; some non-voters say they’re ‘too busy’
Asian-American voters lag whites and blacks in turnout in midterm elections, an analysis of Census Bureau data shows.
Hispanics punch below their weight in midterm elections
Hispanics have voted in record numbers in recent years, but their turnout rate continues to lag behind whites and blacks, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Census data.
Support for Obama, health care law has eroded among Hispanics
Today, as many Hispanics approve as disapprove (47%-47%) of the new health care law. That’s down markedly compared with the 61% approval just six months ago. And during the same time period, Obama’s job approval rating has slipped 15 points among Hispanics.
Census Bureau explores new Middle East/North Africa ethnic category
Organizations representing people of Middle Eastern and North African descent are asking the Census Bureau to add a new ethnic category for them on forms, and it is one of the changes the bureau is exploring.
In 2013, 59% of deported immigrants convicted of a crime
U.S. Census looking at big changes in how it asks about race and ethnicity
Many communities, including Hispanics, Arabs and people of mixed race, have said they’re unsure of how to identify themselves on census forms.
Americans split on deportations as Latinos press Obama on issue
The White House is under pressure from Democrats and Latino leaders to ease deportations, as the number of unauthorized immigrants sent home neared 2 million under the Obama administration. Last week, National Council of La Raza President Janet Murguía called the president the “deporter-in-chief.”