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Posted November 18, 2007
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Black Americans: Once Race, or More?


The Pew Research Center released a nationwide survey last week on racial attitudes. More than a third of black respondents said that blacks no longer can be thought of as a single race because their community is so diverse. The results could reflect diverging social values and economic fortunes among blacks.

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The complete survey is available at

Copyright 2007 The New York Times Company. Reprinted from The New York Times, Week in Review, of Sunday, November 18, 2007., the scholarly journal of democracy and human rights
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