(DAILYMAIL) — Racial tensions in the US appear to be at a peak following the Charleston massacre and a string of black deaths at the hands of white police officers.
Now, data scientists have been using 2010 census data to better understand these racial tensions - and their resulting interactive map paints a worrying picture of segregation in the US.
It reveals how some American cities, largely those on the east coast, have a stark division between between white and black. In Detroit, for example, the division can be clearly seen between 8 mile.
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