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- Nov 17, 2006
Immigrants are indeed accounting for some of the increase in America’s Black population—more than four million Black people in America (or 10 percent of the demographic) are foreign born. This is up from 1.9 million “single-race, non-Hispanic” Black people in America who were foreign born in 2000.
The Data Proves It: Black People in America Are Not Even a Demographic Monolith
A new analysis of demographic population data collected during the most recent American Community Survey shows that the face of the Black community in the U.S. is more diverse than ever.