This extremely thorough interactive map has color-coded the race of everyone in America. The map was created by University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service senior research assoociate Dustin Cable, who used several hundred tables from the 2010 Census to craft a map which uses nearly 309 million colored dots to represent the race of every American's. 

While green dots represent African-Americas, blue dots represent respondents who identified themselves as white. The Asian and Hispanic communities are represented by red and orange dots and brown stands for anyone Native American, multiracial or another race. You'll also notice the color purple in certain areas—it's used to signify diverse areas.

This is pretty impressive, feel free to play around with it.

[via National Geographic]