There is little quantitative evidence that hispanics have competed with african americans for jobs in new immigrant destinations in the south. By and large, the effects reported here hold whether hispanics and african americans tend to live in the same block groups. But the exploding diversity also has changed the nature of racial conflict and drawn new groups into battles that once were waged almost exclusively between blacks and whites. Has changed the societal context for all americans. Rather than prompting people to come together, the more common reality of the new diversity is people living separate lives in often vibrant but segregated communities. In few places has the tension between blacks and latinos emerged more vividly than in the pitched racial battle occurring at king hospital, a linchpin in the nation’s second largest public health care system. I’ve never seen a more blatant example of injustice.
: the intercorrelated constituent measures are envisioned as outcroppings of an underlying construct. On white anglo attitudes have yet to be estimated. Percentiles in 2000/1990 hispanic growth, blacks in high-growth localities are about (0.