William Frey

Brookings Institution

Guest

Senior fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution; Research Professor in Population Studies at the University of Michigan and author of America by the Numbers: A Field Guide to the US Population

William Frey on KCRW

For the first time in history, the  Census Bureau reports  that white births are no longer a majority in the United States.

Minorities Become the Majority

For the first time in history, the Census Bureau reports that white births are no longer a majority in the United States.

from To the Point

The official Census of the United States happens every ten years.

America Looks in the Mirror with 2010 Census Data

The official Census of the United States happens every ten years.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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?

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…

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Indica, sativa and hybrid may not be the best way to label weed. The most common system to categorize marijuana is misleading consumers, according to a new stud

from KCRW Features

A new book documents the extent to which American prosperity is founded on immigration—and raises questions about how we treat immigrants today.

from Scheer Intelligence

There are parallels between the fight over airline regulations and today’s debate over gun safety, says journalist Brendan Koerner.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Panelists discuss the bipartisan deal struck in the Senate on gun safety, as well as the testimony of Republican election officials who stood up to former President Donald Trump’s…

from Left, Right & Center

The results of California’s primary elections suggest cannabis industry stakeholders want a balance between law enforcement and progressive criminal justice reforms.

from KCRW Features

Southern Californians are struggling with anxiety and depression as they process the aftermath of recent mass shootings and racist attacks in Texas and New York.

from Greater LA

KCRW wants to know: How will the elimination of federally-protected abortion rights change your life?

from Greater LA

The story behind the Republican Cherry is as rich and complex as the flavor itself.

from Special Programming

The City of Los Angeles aims to inject $8.5 million directly into nine neighborhoods that have faced systemic inequities through its first participatory budget program.

from KCRW Features