Students often think that segregation is a thing of the past–or if it exists, it’s only in the south. Maps based on U.S. Census Data paint a different picture. The maps you’ll find at the link below show dots for every 25 people in major cities across the U.S. Red dots are for White people. Blue dots are for Black People. Green is For Asian Americans. Orange is for Latinos. Notice how Virginia Beach and Atlanta have more purple areas than a lot of Northern Cities.