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WHITE MANHATTAN

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By Dan Rivoli Manhattan has become a majority white borough for the first time since the 1970s, the New York Times’ City Room blog reported. Crunching census estimates, the Times found that non-Hispanic whites make up 51 percent of the borough’s population, with Hispanics coming in at 24 percent. Blacks made up 14 percent of [&hellip
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ANSONIA LEFT OUT OF CENSUS DATABASE

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One of the Upper West Side’s most well known, architecturally significant buildings, the Ansonia, does not even exist, according to the Census Bureau. On April 1, NY1 reported that residents of the 17-story, approximately 450,000-square-foot building, at 2109 Broadway between West 73rd and 74th streets, never received a census form because of a mailing error. [&hellip
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STUDENTS CENSUS HELP

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The City University of New York is helping out with the 2010 U.S. census count by providing training space and connecting students and staffers with census jobs. Already, 10,000 New Yorkers have been tested in CUNY classrooms for a slew of census positions, according to the city’s public college system. Around 3,500 people have already [&hellip
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