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The first chart on this page represents those respondents who identified within just one racial category, in addition to respondents of any race who identified as Hispanic or Latino. The second chart shows the percentage of respondents who reported each race, whether solely that race or in combination—for example, someone identifying as Asian and Black would show up in both …
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Metadata [i] Sheila Crowley, “The Affordable Housing Crisis: Residential Mobility of Poor Families and School Mobility of Poor Children,” The Journal of Negro Education 72, no. 1 (2003): 22-38. [ii] M. Robertson and P. Toro, “Homeless Youth: Research, Intervention, and Policy,” in Practical lessons: The 1998 National Symposium on Homelessness Research, ed. L. Fosburg and D. Dennis (Washington, DC: U.S. …
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