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Race in Black and White
Statistical data on Race, Violence
and Police In America

Data gathered from various sources -

The terms Black and White may also refer to

Caucasian and african American.

These are the most reliable numbers available.

Some years have more figures available,

so the dates will vary slightly if not disclosed.

By Mason Wheeler

population

Other
White
Black

Population Of America
POPULATION BY RACE

13% 15%

PERCENT OF PEOPLE

Other

15

White

72

Black

13

72%

White people are the largest racial majority.
Black
White

Number of people killed by police 1999- 2011
RACE OF PERSON SHOT

FATALITIES

Black

1,130

White

2,151

34%
66%

This means that the total number of white people shot by police is greater than
that of blacks.
Black
White

Number of people killed by police adjusted to population
RACE OF PERSON SHOT

26%

FATATLITIES

Black

81,360

White

27,963

74%

Per Capita a Black person is 3 times more likely to be shot by Police than a white person.
12%

Population of Police
RACE

PERCENT

Other

17

White

71

Black

12

Other
White
Black

17%

71%

Per population law enforcement is roughly represented by race evenly.

22%

Percentage of shootings by Black Police officers
RACE OF PERSON SHOT

Black
other

PERCENT

Black

78

other

22

78%

Black officers shoot Black civilians more than two thirds of the time.
Black
other

Percentage of shootings by White Police officers
RACE OF PERSON SHOT

PERCENT

Black

46

other

54

46%

54%

White officers are more likely to shoot someone who is not Black.
2%

Homicide crimes committed by Race
RACE OF PERSON OFFENDING

PERCENT

other

2

White

45

Black

53

other
White
Black

45%

53%

Blacks commit more homicides than all other racial groups combined.
Homicide crimes by Race adjusted for population
RACE OF PERSON OFFENDING

White
Black

13%

PER POP

White

3,816

Black

585

87%

Blacks are 6.5 times more likely to commit homicides than Whites.
Homicide crimes committed by Blacks
RACE OF VICTIM

Black
other

7%

PERCENTAGE

other

7

Black

93

93%

Black Victims of homicide are killed by other black 93% of the time.
7%

Biggest Killer of Black Men age 15-24
RACE OF VICTIM

21%

unintentional injuries
other
Homicide
suicide

PERCENTAGE

Homicide

50

unintentional injuries

21

suicide

7

other

22

22%

50%

This means that approximately 47% of all deaths of black men 15-24 are caused by other people in the black community.
Black Homicide by other Blacks, causes more deaths than the next 9 leading causes combined.
The biggest killer of Black Men is other Black Men.

Killing of Blacks
DEATH BY
Blacks
Police (justified or not)

3%

Blacks
Police (justified or not)

PERCENTAGE
3,909
124

97%

If you are Black, you are 31 times more likely to be killed by a black person, than the police.
If you are Black, the police are more likely to help you, than kill you.

A 2012 study by the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
revealed that in 2010 black youths committed
6 times more murders,
3 times more rapes,
10 times more robberies
and 3 times more assaults
than did their white counterparts.

So what is responsible for the Violence in Black communities?

Is Black culture just more violent?

Or is the violence tied to something much more complicated that is
Socio-Economic in nature?
We will explore ideas of poverty and the way we talk about race in the next piece.

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2012/crime-in-the-u.s.-2012/tables/43tabledatadecoverviewpdf

!
http://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/htus8008.pdf
!
http://www.propublica.org/article/deadly-force-in-black-and-white
!
http://ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/crime/JAR_Display.asp?ID=qa05261
!
http://www.census.gov/people/eeotabulation/data/eeotables20062010.html
!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_the_United_States
!
http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2014/aug/21/michael-medved/talk-show-host-police-kill-more-whites-blacks/
!
http://www.poynter.org/news/mediawire/266133/fact-checking-claims-about-race-after-ferguson-shooting/

Interactive charts let you explore and present data 

in stages, to emphasize relationships between values
or groups of data. Drag the slider to see different 

data sets.


Interactive Chart
400

!

Interactive charts can be used to show data like 

sales by group over time, expenses by department,
and population changes by country per continent.

300

200

Yearly Sales by Product
DESCRIPTION

2012

2013

2014

2015

Product A

25

50

100

75

Product B

50

100

150

100

Product C

100

200

250

350

Product D

75

100

150

200

100

0

Product A

Product B

Product C
2012

Product D

Comparison of Units Sold by Year

Column, stacked column, and area charts compare
data from multiple categories. For example, you can
compare the annual sales of three products. The x-axis
shows years and the y-axis shows quantities.

Column Chart

DESCRIPTION

2012

2013

2014

Product 1

25

50

25

Product 2

50

100

150

Product 3

100

200

250

Stacked Column

Area Chart

300

500

300

225

375

225

150

250

150

75

125

75

0

2012

2013

2014

0

2012
Product 1

2013
Product 2

2014
Product 3

0

2012

2013

2014

Average Rainfall

Two-axis charts allow you to compare series of data
that share x-axis values but have different values on
their y-axis. Two-axis charts combine two different
charts into one.


MONTH

!

Common examples of two-axis charts compare rainfall
and temperature, stock closing price and volume
change over time, revenue and year-over-year growth,
and blood pressure and weight over time.

AVG. RAIN FALL (IN)

AVG. TEMPERATURE (°F)

Jan

3.01

58

Feb

3.22

62

Mar

2.54

66

Apr

1.18

69

May

0.51

74

Jun

0.10

79

Jul

0.02

82

Aug

0.02

82

Sep

0.18

80

Oct

0.80

74

Nov

1.68

64

Dec

2.61

58

4.00

90

3.00

68

2.00

45

1.00

23

0.00

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Avg. Rain Fall (in)

Jul

Aug

Sep

Avg. Temperature (°F)

Oct

Nov

Dec

0

Avg. Temperature (˚F)

Avg. Rain Fall (in)

2-Axis Chart

Average Speed vs. Miles Per Gallon

Scatter charts show the correlation between pairs of
values in a series of data.


!

Scatter charts can suggest correlations between
income and experience, vehicle speed and gas
consumption, price and durability, and height and
weight.

AVERAGE SPEED

MILES PER GALLON

25

13

28

12

34

17

35

18

43

18

48

21

55

26

62

30

65

29

67

28

Scatter Chart

Miles Per Gallon

30

23

15

8

0

0

18

35
Average Speed

53

70

Total Sales by Salespeople and Units Sold

Bubble charts show correlations between three points of
data in a series: x values, y values, and sizes.


!

For example, bubble charts can be used to illustrate how
profit correlates to the number of employees and units
sold, or to suggest a trend in birth rates compared to the
populations of different countries over time.

SALESPEOPLE

UNITS SOLD

TOTAL SALES

8

264

$7,010,784

14

378

$5,352,858

11

210

$5,918,000

10

270

$6,974,910

4

105

$2,964,150

13

286

$3,897,894

5

190

$4,686,350

7

133

$1,844,843

12

384

$11,382,528

Bubble Chart
400

Units Sold

300

200

100

0

0

4

7
Salespeople

11

14


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