NEWARK, NJ — As more details emerge about New Jersey’s latest congressional redistricting map, a Newark-based nonprofit has some serious doubts about how it will impact some communities with high populations of Hispanic, Black and Asian American voters.

Every decade, the process of “redistricting” tweaks Congressional lines throughout New Jersey. Read more about how and why it’s done here.

Last week, the New Jersey Congressional Redistricting Commission released its new map, which can be seen here. Street-level maps of the new districts aren’t available yet on the commission’s website. Read More: NJ Democrats Win Tug Of War Over Redistricting Map

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See demographics of each district broken down by race here.

After the commission released its chosen map – picking a Democrati