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Not Today, 45: The Census

With natural and man-made disaster at our doorsteps, it’s difficult to keep abreast of all the large and small ways that 45 and his Administration are wearing away LGBTQ people’s rights. 382 more words

Marriage in America is increasingly the province of the college-educated woman

One of the great changes in American life over the last half-century is the decline of marriage. According to census figures, in 1960, 87% of 30- to 50-year-olds in the US were married. 273 more words

Using Census and City Directories

Mom says I have been focusing too much time on my paternal side.  She is right of course!  I guess part of the reason is because of the new Whitehead Archives that I discovered through my friendship with my cousins.  1,140 more words


The reasons why millennials move less frequently than previous generations

Americans are far less mobile than they used to be. From 2015 to 2016, only 11.2% of Americans moved homes, the lowest rate since the Census began collecting this data in 1948. 396 more words

Report: Highest Percentage Of Never-Married Adults Reside In Philadelphia

PHILADEPHIA (CBS) – It’s not so lonely being single in Philadelphia.


Philly boasts the highest percentage of adults who have never been married than any of the ten largest cities in the nation, … 219 more words


Trump's refusal to officially count LGBT Americans is more dangerous than it appears

How can we fix problems that never officially existed?

On May 11, a group of 49 US House members called on the Department of Health & Health Services to “restore questions allowing responders to identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual to a federal survey for elders,” … 1,324 more words

The South is home to 10 of the 15 fastest-growing cities in America

It’s no surprise to see that the south is growing faster than any other region in America. Ten of the 15 fastest-growing cities are southern states, with Greenville, S.C., at No. 99 more words