Changing America

Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being
by Race and Hispanic Origin

Prepared by the Council of Economic Advisers for the President's Initiative on Race

This chart book documents current differences in well-being by race and Hispanic origin and describes how such differences have evolved over the past several decades. The book is designed to further one of the goals of the President's Initiative on Race: To educate Americans about the facts surrounding the issue of race in America.

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  • Entire Document    
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  • Foreword and Table of Contents    
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  • I. Introduction    
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  • II. Population    
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  • III. Education    
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  • IV. Labor Markets    
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  • V. Economic Status    
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  • VI. Health    
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  • VII. Crime and Criminal Justice    
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  • VIII. Housing and Neighborhoods    
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  • IX. Appendix    
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  • X. Detailed Chart Sources    
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  • Underlying Chart Data    

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