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Andrew Beveridge

Andrew Beveridge appears in the following:

Americans on the Move

Monday, December 30, 2013

According to data from the US Census, out today, the U.S. remains one of the most mobile countries in the world. For more on the changing American map The Takeaway turns to Andrew Beveridge, expert on the census and sociology professor at Queens College. Karen Feagins, director of programming and news at WJCT in Jacksonville, Florida, discusses the rising population in Florida and how the state is preparing for even more residents.

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Are We Better Off After Bloomberg?

Thursday, December 12, 2013

As Bill de Blasio prepares to take the oath of office, we've got three questions for the experts (and you) about the Bloomberg legacy:Did Bloomberg make us healthier? Did he leave you behind? And did he secure our future?

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A Map Of New York's Changing Income

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

What do you see when you map income changes from 2007 to 2012 in New York City by neighborhood? Gentrification in Brooklyn and Harlem -- and the effect of the financial crash on the middle class. Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College, and the man behind Social Explorer, discusses the data and the story it tells us.

 

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New Littles: Tibet and Brazil

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Each Thursday in June, the Brian Lehrer Show and Andrew Beveridge of Social Explorer will discuss New York’s diverse communities - areas of ethnic concentration that are changing quickly or that you may not know about.

This week, community organizer for The Tibetan Community of New York and New Jersey, Champa Norgom, talks about the community of Tibetan refugees living in Queens.

And General Counsel for Cidadao Global, Stephanie Mulcock, and Selma Baron, the owner of Brazilian grocery store, Ipanema Girl, will talk about life in little Brazil.

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New Littles: Ecuadorians, and a Call for Artists

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Each Thursday in June, the Brian Lehrer Show and Andrew Beveridge of Social Explorer will discuss New York’s diverse communities - areas of ethnic concentration that are changing quickly or that you may not know about.

New York State Assemblyman Francisco Moya, the city's first Ecuadorian-American elected official, talks about Little Ecuador in Corona.

Check out the interactive map below, highlighting Ecuadorean pockets in the NYC area.

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The New Littles: Uzbeks, Liberians, and More

Thursday, June 09, 2011

Each Thursday in June, the Brian Lehrer Show and Andrew Beveridge of Social Explorer will discuss New York’s diverse communities - areas of ethnic concentration that are changing quickly or that you may not know about.

Joining us this week is President of the Staten Island Liberian Community Association Telee Brown, PhD candidate in sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center Bernadette Ludwig, and President and co-founder of the Uzbek Initiative Farkhod Muradov.

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The New Littles: Kicking Off, And Where's Chinatown?

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Each Thursday this month we explore New York's "New Littles" - ethnic communities that are changing or you may not know about.

Andrew Beveridge professor of sociology at Queens College, the CUNY Graduate Center, and the man behind Social Explorer helps kick off the project. And Jeff Yang, "Asian Pop" columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, discusses his new project Our Chinatown and where Chinatown really is these days.

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Anecdotal Census: Wrap up

Monday, September 06, 2010

Sam Roberts, urban affairs correspondent  for The New York Times, Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, and Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center and developer of socialexplorer.com, wrap up our census coverage with a discussion of the overall demographic trends of the last 10 years in the New York City metropolitan area. 

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Anecdotal Census: Wrap up

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Sam Roberts, urban affairs correspondent  for The New York Times,  Angelo Falcón, president and founder of the National Institute for Latino Policy, and Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center and developer of socialexplorer.com, wrap up our census coverage with a discussion of the overall demographic trends of the last 10 years in the New York City metropolitan area.

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Your Anecdotal Census: Queens

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center, talks about some of the demographic changes Queens has gone through in the last ten years.  Then Seema Agnani, executive director of Chhaya Community Development Corporation talks about how the South Asian community in Queens has changed over the decade.  Then Valeria Treves, executive director of New Immigrant Community Empowerment discusses the changes she's seen.  Later, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall talks about how demographic changes have influenced policy and politics in Queens over the last ten years. Finally, executive director of Asian-Americans for Equality Christopher Kui discusses the growing civic awareness in the Chinese and Korean communities of Flushing, Queens over the past ten years.

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Predicting Redistricting

Monday, March 29, 2010

Professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center, Andrew Beveridge, talks about the Census and what it will mean for the upcoming redistricting.

Just Launched! "10 Questions That Count" Census Home Page

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Outside the Lines

Monday, March 29, 2010

When we count heads for the census, there can be wide reaching effects. Andrew Beveridge, professor of sociology at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center, looks at what the census will mean for future redistricting. Plus, how capitalism can put America back on top, if we let it; checking ...

Culture Clash in Metropolis

Monday, July 28, 2008

White flight is shifting in reverse, as some urban cities are experiencing an increase in white populations. The Wall Street Journal's Conor Dougherty joins Andrew Beveridge, sociology department chair at Queens College, and Lance Freeman, author of There Goes the Hood: Views of Gentrification from the Ground Up, to discuss ...

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Seeing The Numbers: NYC

Thursday, June 19, 2008

We continue our series with Marc Perry, Chief of the Population Distribution Branch at the U.S. Census, on the new Census Atlas of the United States. This week, we look at some of the NYC-specific maps:

Slideshow: NYC Maps

Also, Andrew ...

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Queens Wages

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Terrence Martell, director of the Weissman Center for International Business at Baruch College, and Andrew Beveridge, chair at the sociology department at Queens College and the man behind the Gotham Gazzette's demographics column, discuss a new study that shows that wages in Queens rose at one ...

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Name Your Price

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Andrew Beveridge, chair at the sociology department at Queens College joins Robert Frank, Wall Street Journal columnist and the author of Richistan: A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich, to talk about Frank's recent column about how many Americans are willing to marry ...

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The 21st Century Wage Gap?

Monday, August 13, 2007

For young urban women, are the streets of New York paved with gold? Andrew Beveridge, a demographer at Queens College and author of No Quick Riches for New York’s Twentysomethings in Gotham Gazette, talks about his research that shows young urban women are outearning their male ...

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