1. United State Census Bureau:

2. Center for Disease Control and Prevention:

3. New York State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene:

4. New York State Education Department:

5. BoilerMaker Road Race:

6. U.S Department of Justice:

7. Alone in Crowd of Others:

8. Ebony Magazine:

9. Basic Statistics:

10. Philadelphia


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