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(KSL News) The number of people of color living in Utah is growing.
According to the US Census Bureau the number of black people living in the state went up 6.5 percent between 2005 and 2006.
However, the group still makes up less than one percent of residents in the state.
Latinos are the largest ethnic minority in the state, with 10.9 percent of the population.