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Many resist census race labels

Published 01/31/2012, Associated Press

When the 2010 census asked people to classify themselves by race, more than 21.7 million — at least 1 in 14 — went beyond the standard labels and wrote in such terms as “Arab,” ‘'Haitian,“ ‘'Mexican” and “multiracial.”

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