Digital cartographer Eric Fischer had made color coded maps of 100 American cities showing racial and ethnic population spreads. Each colored dot represents 25 people. Red is White, blue is Black, green is Asian, orange is Hispanic and gray is Other. Although the data is from the 2000 census it does provide good information for discussion about how some cities are segregated by race and ethnicity.
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Click here to see the Jackson, Mississippi map.