Race and Ethnic Conflict: Contending Views on Prejudice, Discrimination, and Ethnoviolence

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Statistical Appendix

TABLE A.1 Median Family Income by Race/Ethnicity, 1959-1996
YearRace/Ethnicity of FamilyBlack as %
of White
Hispanic as
% of white
Black as %
of Hispanic
WhiteBlackHispanic*
1959 $5,893 $3,047 -- 54 -- --
1970 10,236 6,279 -- 61 -- --
1980 21,904 12,674 14,717 58 67 87
1990 36,915 21,423 23,431 58 63 92
1996 44,756 26,522 26,179 59 58 101
1996** 50,190 41,943 31,930 84 64 131
*Hispanics can be of any race.
**Refers to married couple families only; other data refers to all families.
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, Series P-60, No. 193.
Money Income in the United States, 1995.

TABLE A.2 Median Income for Year-Round Full-Time Workers in 1996 by Race/Ethnicity and Gender
Race/
Ethnicity
SexWomen as %
of Men
MaleFemale
Income% of WhiteIncome% of White
White $34,741 -- $25,358 -- 73
Black 27,136 78 21,990 87 81
Hispanic* 21,265 61 19,272 76 91
All Workers 33,538 -- 24,935 -- 74
*Hispanics can be of any race.
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Reports, Series P-60, No. 197.
Money Income in the United States, 1996.

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