As promised in class, here is the link to the U.S. Census Bureau website that contains the data on Population by sex, race and hispanic origin. You will have to click on the drop down list on the right hand side of the screen and select the datatable you want.
As for updated information on segregation at the Metropolitan level, this website from Brown University contains a rich assortment of data. You can find Boise city in there as well. The population estimates by race corroborate why Western cities have lower segregation indices.
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