Preference for Racial or Ethnic Terminology
|Of Spanish origin||12.34|
|Some other term||7.85|
|Some other term||1.97|
|Some other term||2.19|
|Some other term||3.66|
NOTE: 2000 census data were not available at press time.
1. People who identified themselves as white, black, Hispanic, American Indian /Alaska Native, or multiracial were given a list of terms describing their respective racial or ethnic group and were asked to choose which term they preferred, or whether they preferred a term not stated, or had no preference.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau Survey, May 1995. www.census.gov/prod/2/gen/96arc/ivatuck.pdf.
|Issues of Diversity||The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment|
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