The main race and ethnicity categories in the United States are White, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and American Indian or Alaska Native. In the census, citizens indicate Latino and His... More »

Surnames can be searched according to ethnicity on the websites for Behind the Name and Family Education, as of March 2015. Each site allows a user to perform a search for a specific surname or browse surnames by their c... More »

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The term "Italian" is used to describe a nationality or ethnicity and is not a term that pertains to race. It is impossible, therefore, to place all Italians into one racial classification, since the population is compri... More »

The United States government identifies several racial groups, including Asian American, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian and Alaska Native and Wh... More »

The most current information on race and ethnicity and America can be found through the U.S. Census QuickFacts service, which provides statistics for all states and counties in the country. The information available thro... More »

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As of 2014, the United States is made up of 77.4 percent white people, 13.2 percent black or African-American people and 1.2 percent American Indian or Native Alaskan people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Asians m... More »

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There are many explanations for why some people erroneously believe that there are 52 states in the United States. The most likely explanation is that some people simply confuse some United States territories and distric... More »

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