The Government May Change How It Collects and Crunches Race Data. Here's Why You Should Weigh In

For the first time in 20 years, federal agencies are reviewing how they collect and report race and ethnicity data. This could mean breaking people of North African and Middle Eastern descent out of the “White” category and reporting on Asians and Pacific Islanders with more accuracy. 

Proposed Bill Would Mandate Federal Data Collection on Cop Killings

The current data available is incomplete.

Boston Has a Stop-And-Frisk Problem, New ACLU Report Says

Could reform be on the horizon?

It's Now Easier to Find Government Data on Asian-Americans

The new website features roughly 2,000 data sets and reports from nearly 50 federal, state, city, and county sources.