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Minorities in Rural America

  title={Minorities in Rural America},
  author={C. Probst and Michael E. Samuels and Kristen P. Jespersen and R. Suzanne},
Introduction As the first offering in a series of reports addressing minority health issues, the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center presents an overview of demographic and economic statistics pertaining to rural minority populations. We attempt to answer the following questions: • Where do rural minorities live? • How is the rural minority population distributed across ages and sexes? • What is the economic structure of rural, minority communities? • What health resources are available… 

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