You may want to check out the Racial Dot Map – One Dot Per Person for the Entire U.S.
This will take a while to load. And it isn’t something you can save (readily) for later use.
But, the site is slick, and it does allow you to zoom in to very fine detail.
Here’s where I live:
I live in a place that’s lily white, even by Utah standards. Whites are shown with a blue dot, Hispanics are yellow, blacks are green, and Asians are red.
The white, stubby, sideways L-shape in the middle is the campus of Southern Utah University. If you look directly west of that there’s a neighborhood that’s fairly dense. Further left of that is a less dense diagonal heading southwest. I live just to the east of that: there’s a denser arc of population right there.
Via Kids Prefer Cheese.