Saturday, April 7, 2018

Los colores de las ciudades (1) - LOS ANGELES, California / The Colors of the Cities (1)

SKID ROW, el lado oscuro de Los Angeles



Race and Ethnicity in Los Angeles, California (City)






 Map of Race and Ethnicity by Neighborhood in Los Angeles





 Race and Ethnicity by Neighborhood in Los Angeles

 There are 94 neighborhoods that are fully or partially contained within Los Angeles (46 fully and 48 partially). This section compares the 50 most populous of those to each other, Los Angeles, and other entities that contain or substantially overlap with Los Angeles. The least populous of the compared neighborhoods has a population of 31,847.



 Race and Ethnicity by Place in the United States

 There are 29,257 places in the United States. This section compares Los Angeles to the 50 most populous places in the United States and to those entities that contain or substantially overlap with Los Angeles. The least populous of the compared places has a population of 371,267.




  
Definitions

Throughout these reports we will refer to several racial and ethnic groups, the definitions of which derive from those used by the US Census Bureau. In the interests of brevity and clarity we have combined several of the Census categories yielding the following mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive categories:
  • White: non-Hispanic whites
  • Hispanic: Hispanics, excluding black and Asian Hispanics
  • Black: blacks, including Hispanic blacks
  • Asian: Asians, including Hispanic Asians
  • Mixed: non-Hispanic mixed race people
  • Other: American Indians and other groups not otherwise categorized
In all cases, racial and ethnic classification is based on self-identification. While the term 'Hispanic' is an ethnic, not a racial, designation (and so there exist Hispanic and non-Hispanic people of all races), we conform with the common practice of comparing Hispanics with other racial groups. This is reflected in our categorization (listed above), and in our preference for the term 'ethno-racial group' in place of just 'race'. Finally, while these categories are used wherever possible, the data does not always allow this grouping, so it is important to read the footnotes of each chart to understand the definitions used therein







(Source : Youtube Channel Explorando Los Angeles, statisticalatlas.com)

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