Kimberly DaCosta

New York University

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Associate Dean of Students and Associate Professor of Sociology at New York University; author of Making Multiracials: State, Family, and Market in the Redrawing of the Color Line

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The official Census of the United States happens every ten years and, even though annual estimates keep demographers updated, it's a chance for the rest of us to check the mirror and…

2010 Census: How Do We Look Now and in the Future?

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