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Map that shows racial composition levels in nearly every neighborhood in the US

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Six categories of race - non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic black, American Indian, Asian, Hispanic, and other - are represented by six different colors on the map.If an area has a high density of a particular race and low overall diversity, it is shaded a dark tone of that color. If an area has a high density of a certain race but medium overall diversity, it's shaded in a less dark color. The lighter the shade, the less densely populated that group is.Areas with high racial diversity levels overall are shaded gray.The interactive map chronicles data from 1990 to 2010, so users can zoom in and see how areas have changed over time. 

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