The Best Map Ever Made of America’s Racial Segregation
White people are shown with blue dots; African-Americans with green;
Asians with red; and Latinos with orange, with all other race categories
from the Census represented by brown. Since the dots are smaller than
pixels at most zoom levels, Cable assigned shades of color based on the
multiple dots therein. From a distance, for example, certain
neighborhoods will look purple, but zooming-in reveals a finer-grained
breakdown of red and blue–or, really, black and white.
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