How old we are, how much education we have, where we were born and where we live have immense implications for our families and for our communities. Brookings experts use demographic data to make informed policy recommendations for issues such as community development, housing and education.
White aging means post-millennial America is becoming more diverse everywhere
June 30, 2015, William H. Frey
While media attention continues to focus on the racial issues in America’s biggest cities and its most racially diverse regions, William H. Frey explains why newly released census data make plain why we need to expect a more racially diverse America everywhere.
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William H. Frey
Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
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