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What Detroit, El Paso, and Portland Have in Common

The demographics are changing rapidly and some don’t like it

Beige is the new white. Photo by Carlos Paes,

When we talk about diversity in the U.S., race, and ethnicity are generally top of mind. Federal laws also prohibit discrimination based on national origin, color, religion, age, disability, and gender.




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