Today is National Diversity Day in America — a day to celebrate and come together no matter our race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, nationality or disability.
It’s also a time to remember that the U.S.’s demographics are slowly shifting, and we are looking at an even more diverse future. Nothing illustrates this better than this year’s U.S. Census report, which forecasts white people will become a minority in the U.S. by 2043.
NerdWallet, a financial website for consumers, calculated which cities had the most equal distribution of residents across four common ethnic groups: Hispanic/Latino, White, Black, and Asian/Pacific Islander. It looked at Census data from more than 1,900 places. The more equal the percentages, the better their diversity score (with 100 being perfect).
These 20 cities are where you can see what the future of American might look like:
And here’s the full list of the least diverse cities:
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