NYC was once known as the Big City.
Today, that title is no longer a badge of honor.
Today’s New York is a city of people, not places.
New York City is home to more than 2.3 million people, and more than half of those people are black.
That makes New York the city of many black people, according to new data from the census, which has been the subject of controversy in recent years.
The city is also home to a large percentage of the population of people with disabilities, who make up approximately 14 percent of the city’s population.
In terms of the diversity of the people in New York, people of color make up almost 9 percent of New York’s population, according the census data.
But how do the numbers stack up in terms of people of other races?
The data tells a story of a city that is overwhelmingly white, but the majority of people in the city are black and Latino.
In other words, New York may have a few more people of Color than you think, according a report released by the Urban Institute.
The report analyzed data from 2015 and 2016 to find out how diverse the city is.
The data revealed that the New York metropolitan area has a population of more than 1.8 million people with a total of 537,000 people living in the metropolitan area.
The U.S. Census Bureau also released a 2017 report that showed that the city was home to 8 million people in a total population of 1.4 million.
The population density of New Yorks population is 5.4 people per square mile.
The density of the metropolitan region is 3.2 people per sq. mile.
In total, New Yorkers are more than five times more likely to live in a census tract than the population density is 1.2.
While New York has a large number of African-American residents, it also has a significant number of Latino residents.
About one in four people in NY are Latino, according data from a recent report from the Pew Hispanic Center.
Hispanic New Yorkers make up 18 percent of all New York residents, according census data, according TOH.
New Yorkers of Color also make up more than 16 percent of city residents.
That’s because about 13 percent of Latinos live in the Bronx, according ToH.
Hispanic residents also make more than 17 percent of people living on Staten Island, according Census data.
Hispanic people make up 16 percent in Manhattan, and 20 percent in Queens.
In the Bronx and Queens, Latinos make up a greater share of the black population than the white population.
Black people make more of a difference in the overall population than people of any other race.
But the number of black people in NYC is growing.
The Census Bureau reported in 2016 that the population growth rate for blacks in New york was 1.5 percent.
That number is now up to 1.9 percent, according Toh.
It is also up to 3.7 percent in Brooklyn, 4.1 percent in the Staten Island borough, and 4.4 percent in Washington Heights.
That is a far cry from the black community that was wiped out in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The early 1900’s saw the mass killings of African Americans, many of them lynched.
But that has long been replaced by a new era of racial integration.
More recently, African Americans have seen significant improvements in the lives of the communities they live in, according WJZ-TV.
New York’s population growth is an example of how diversity is a powerful force that can drive change, said Toh, who is also a professor at the University of Southern California.
“We see this as a city in flux, a city where we have to work hard to keep pace with changing conditions, but we also know that if we don’t do it together we will be left behind,” she said.