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Point of View (Census 2000: Race and Ethnicity) #191540

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 01, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Three points of view on filling out the race and ethnicity box on the 2000 Census form presented; various statistics cited. [Native American Robert RODRIGUEZ, Jamaican-Burmese American Bryan PU- FOLKS, Japanese American Jill CORNELL - explain which boxes they will check off; explain the political importance of the Census, how it categorizes people and the choices available; wonder about how the information will be used; talk about the "color" of Americans.]

Simpson, Carole

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