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Diversity in the United States and the world has helped me better understand, that everyone is their own person. So therefore, they have personal beliefs that may not agree with anyone else. Which does not mean they are a horrible person to believe in what they know or feel is right for them or their families. I know that in my past my father has always been very prejudice and very judgmental towards different races and religions. I never understood why he was always os mean to someone he never met. Growing up I told my self to always give each individual a chance to show who they really are on the inside versus what they show they are on the outside. To me another human being can be very beneficial to anyone. You can always learn something new. I like this saying “ You learn something new everyday”. Most of the time learning new things comes from different individuals.

They say that the United States will grow almost 40 percent by the year 2050. This means the people will increase by 127 million. I also believe that the minorities will be the majorities by that year. The United States have a lot of foreign families that move over here. I think it is good for every country to have a little bit of everyone.

I believe the challenges the United States face due to the diversity of it’s people are the difference in every human. We have so many different people with different religions, beliefs, characters, races, marriages, and cultures. With all this change and being different brings some people to the edge of their chairs. This causes different gangs that are racist agains people fights in schools because people are so different.

There are a lot of benefits of such a diverse society, because it will bring people together in such a positive way. There are a lot of marriages with different races and genders. This one is my favorite, there are multiple…...

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