Diversity is an arresting sociological issue, so if you are interested, come and check out Insider Monkey’s latest article about the most diverse cities in the US. Diversity in the United States is a more burning question than ever, as tensions between different races are high, especially this year.
Since human history has existed, majority has supressed the minority, and in vain do we believe that it can’t happen in the 21st century, it can. Actually, many claim that the United States was founded on discrimintaion, as Native Amaricans were killed and those, who left were closed up into reservations. As a matter of fact, there are five racial categories in the United States and they are White American, Black or African American, Native Americans and Alaska Native, Asian American and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander. Latino and Hispanic are considered to be an ethnicity rather than a race. Nevertheless, it’s the obligation of all of ours to treat everyone equally, and do our best to swipe away racism. So what are the most diverse cities in America?
Now, let’s leave the pleonasm, and let’s check out what you have come here for. We have picked up two cities from Insider Monkey’s list. On the ninth spot we can find Oklahoma City, OK Metro Area. It has a population of 1.3 million, of which 10% are African American. Actually, Oklahoma bombing, the infamous case happened here, when in 1955 Timothy MCVeigh killed 168 people. Sacramento-Roseville-Folsom, CA Metro Area stands on the fifth spot. This area can boast with more than 2.2 million people, of which 14% are Asians and 7% are African Americans. You can find a pretty high standard of living here, so it’s worth considering moving here. For more cities, pleae jump the the list of the most diverse cities in the U.S.