Fisher credits Bill Rankin's map of Chicago: http://www.radicalcartography.net/index.html?chicagodots as the inspiration for his project.
|Los Angeles, CA|
|St. Louis, MO|
As noted in Vox, "[w]hat's really striking about these maps [...] is that even though the color patterns change — some cities have many more Asians or Latinos than St. Louis — the basic impression of highly segregated lives does not."
You can see all of Fisher's maps by browsing through his flickr album "Race and Ethnicity 2010": https://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/sets/72157626354149574/
Parable of the Polygons (http://www.teachingwithdata.org/resource/3932)
White/Black Racial Segregation in U.S. Cities (http://www.teachingwithdata.org/resource/3163)
Investigating Exploring Race and Ethnicity Using Census 2000 Data (http://www.teachingwithdata.org/resource/3176)