New York Times
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
I can give you an example. Recently a New York Times article describes the town of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. You see, in the last 10 years things have barely changed in that town. The population has dropped by one, from 5,384 to 5,383 and the town remains virtually 100% white. The article thus concludes that many portions of the country remain, like Selinsgrove, virtually unchanged on this march toward “diversity”. So regions vary in terms of the degree and types of diversity? That’s correct. Let’s say there are three types of diversity in the US. And they differ from region to region. Could you elaborate on that? OK. The first is racial diversity. States with the most racially diverse populations stand in stark contrast to those with the least racially diverse populations.