Racial Diversity Pros And Cons

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Town in Ohio Holds Generations of Mixed Races Longtown, Ohio has held a mix of races for about 200 years, where interracial marriages have often occurred between African Americans, and white Americans. Despite the United States’ racist history, this town had flourished and thrived, though now its population has been slowly dwindling. Racial diversity is important, especially in the United States, where people from all over the word emigrate to this beautiful country. The articles “Ohio town holds rare history: Races mix freely for nearly 200 years” by Washington Post and “In the US, diversity is the new majority” by William Frey from the LA Times both include how races have affected events in the past and will in the future. Firstly, Kevin Williams, who works for the Washington Post,…show more content…
William Frey reported, “More than 4 in 10 white seniors said a growing population of immigrants is a ‘change for the worse.’” People are not welcoming the fact that America will soon become a country where every person of every race will become Americans, despite skin color or facial appearances. No matter what, there will always be racism, but more and more people daily are coming to acknowledge that no one person is better than the other, and there is no special color or appearance that will define someone as American. Everyone just needs to accept that. In conclusion, racial diversity is becoming more widely accepted into American society, and people have been welcoming different ethnicities from the very beginning, as Clemens’ friends have shown. Although there will always be someone out there that postulates that a special characteristic about him or herself makes him/her better than anyone else, there is always the fact that soon there will be only one thing that makes you an American: your loyalty to the United States of
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