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

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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.

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