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African American education levels: 77.6% of those ages 18+ are high school graduates (v... See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans are concentrated in the following geographic regions: 54.8% in the so... See Full Stat African-Americans
30.8% of African American families are female headed families. See Full Stat African-Americans
32.5% of African American families are married couple families See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans reside in 12.0 million households in the US See Full Stat African-Americans
According to the 2000 US Census, 47.5% of African Americans are male and 52.5% African ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans account for 36.4 million, per the 2000 Census, a 19.3% increase from ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American males were 60% more likely to die from a stroke than their White adult... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American adults are twice as likely than their White adult counterparts to have... See Full Stat African-Americans
The infant mortality rate for African American mothers with over 13 years of education ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American males were 60% more likely to die from a stroke than their White adult... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American stroke survivors were more likely to become disabled and have difficul... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American adults are twice as likely than their White adult counterparts to have... See Full Stat African-Americans
The infant mortality rate for African American mothers with over 13 years of education ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American mothers were 2.6 times as likely as non-Hispanic white mothers to begi... See Full Stat African-Americans
In 2006, the estimated wage value of volunteer time was $215.6 billion?equivalent to 43... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
About 12.9 billion hours were volunteered in 2006, the equivalent of 7.6 million full-t... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
61.2 million people said they volunteered in 2005. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Corporations, including corporate foundations, donated $12.7 billion in 2006, up 69 per... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Foundations gave $36.5 billion in 2005, a 197 percent increase from 10 years earlier. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Individuals donated $222.9 billion in 2006, compared with $107.6 billion in 1996; perso... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Private giving (individuals, foundations, and corporations) reached $295 billion in 200... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, wages and salaries totaled $489.4 billion, compared with $318.9 billion in 199... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2005, 12.9 million people worked for nonprofits, up from 11.1 million in 1998. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, nonprofits received $1 trillion in revenue, a 5.7 percent increase over 2005. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, nonprofits contributed $666.1 billion to the U.S. economy. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits


Word Matches: 236 Stats


Stat Details Save Category
African American education levels: 77.6% of those ages 18+ are high school graduates (v... See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans are concentrated in the following geographic regions: 54.8% in the so... See Full Stat African-Americans
30.8% of African American families are female headed families. See Full Stat African-Americans
32.5% of African American families are married couple families See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans reside in 12.0 million households in the US See Full Stat African-Americans
According to the 2000 US Census, 47.5% of African Americans are male and 52.5% African ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African Americans account for 36.4 million, per the 2000 Census, a 19.3% increase from ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American males were 60% more likely to die from a stroke than their White adult... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American adults are twice as likely than their White adult counterparts to have... See Full Stat African-Americans
The infant mortality rate for African American mothers with over 13 years of education ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American males were 60% more likely to die from a stroke than their White adult... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American stroke survivors were more likely to become disabled and have difficul... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American adults are twice as likely than their White adult counterparts to have... See Full Stat African-Americans
The infant mortality rate for African American mothers with over 13 years of education ... See Full Stat African-Americans
African American mothers were 2.6 times as likely as non-Hispanic white mothers to begi... See Full Stat African-Americans
In 2006, the estimated wage value of volunteer time was $215.6 billion?equivalent to 43... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
About 12.9 billion hours were volunteered in 2006, the equivalent of 7.6 million full-t... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
61.2 million people said they volunteered in 2005. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Corporations, including corporate foundations, donated $12.7 billion in 2006, up 69 per... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Foundations gave $36.5 billion in 2005, a 197 percent increase from 10 years earlier. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Individuals donated $222.9 billion in 2006, compared with $107.6 billion in 1996; perso... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
Private giving (individuals, foundations, and corporations) reached $295 billion in 200... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, wages and salaries totaled $489.4 billion, compared with $318.9 billion in 199... See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2005, 12.9 million people worked for nonprofits, up from 11.1 million in 1998. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, nonprofits received $1 trillion in revenue, a 5.7 percent increase over 2005. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits
In 2006, nonprofits contributed $666.1 billion to the U.S. economy. See Full Stat Charities / Non-profits