The subject of multiculturalism...
The subject of multiculturalism in the United States is more important today than ever. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that by 2050 African-Americans, Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans will increase from about a third of the population to more than half (54%). Los Angeles is often referred to as the new Ellis Island but as the city’s population grows more diverse, many of its monoethnic neighborhoods remain just that. While much of Los Angeles is compartmentalized, divided along racial, ethnic, and class lines, uneasy transitions are emerging in some neighborhoods. At this critical juncture in our society, East LA Interchange poses the question: is our demographically multicultural nation ready to become a truly multicultural society? Read More
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