Apr 21, 2011
Since the first release of 2010 Census numbers, it's become
clear that we're living in a shifting San Diego. Compared to 10
years ago, San Diegans look different, live in different
neighborhoods, go to different churches and likely vote
On April 19, we hosted the second forum in our "Wonks Unite!" series. We discussed how San Diego's transforming, what it means, and what our region will look like in the future.
On the panel:
Adrian Florido, neighborhoods reporter for voiceofsandiego.org. Adrian has been writing about the complex racial and ethnic changes in San Diego.
Sarah Hudson, demographer for San Diego Unified School District's Instructional Facilities Planning Department, talked about the composition of San Diego's student body.
Keegan Kyle, voiceofsandiego.org's data journalist takes numbers and makes sense of them with explanatory charts and graphs.
Midori Wong, chief of staff of the 2010 Redistricting Commission, which is charged with redrawing voting districts to account for the latest Census numbers.
For news and investigative reporting on politics, education, government, environment, public safety, as well as opinion and commentary about San Diego, visit http://voiceofsandiego.org/. Podcast copyright 2011.