June 4, 2014

Are We There Yet?

The Census Bureau announced two years ago that most U.S. babies being born these days are racial and ethnic minorities, a milestone on the route to a majority-minority nation. But according to data released from the National Center for Health Statistics last week, most U.S. mothers still are non-Hispanic white. Read more at FactTank.

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