Culture of the United States - Wikipedia.
But the true highlight of the trip was visiting the cultural communities within each city. From Chinatown and Little Italy in New York, to Little Havana in Miami, to Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, we found completely different cultural experiences, only a short plane ride away from each other. That right there is what America is all about.
More than half say racial and ethnic diversity is very good for the country. A majority of Americans (57%) say the fact that the U.S. population is made up of people of many different races and ethnicities is a very good thing for the country, and another 20% say this is somewhat good.
Increasing diversity of the U.S. population. De Vita CJ, Pollard KM. Demographic changes have shaped the nation's past and will continue to shape its future. During the first half of the 1990s, the U.S. population grew, on average, by 2.7 million people each year, reaching 262.8 million in 1995.
As national politics and discourse seem to grow more inward-looking and divisive across America and Europe, successful businesses must continue to think inclusively and globally. Embracing cultural diversity in the workplace is an important first step for businesses that want to be competitive on an international scale.
In the 1890s, America’s cultural diversity got yet another infusion from Eastern Europe and Mediterranean Europe that amounted to 20 million people by the time restrictive immigration laws were enacted in the 1920s. They came primarily from Italy, the Austro-Hungarian empire, and Russia, with this in common: Almost all of them had been second.
The director juggles three locations to present the full picture of American reality, at the same time, emphasizing cultural diversity. He aims at depicting the idea that by denying others America denies itself because it was created by others. That is shown by the remembrance of Columbus and the presence of the Chinese character.
Art and Sports Cultural diversity in America is seen in their art and sports. The US is widely known as a leader and pacesetter in the production of mass media content, including television, and the film industry. According to the US Department of Commerce, America alone brings to the table one-third of the worldwide media content (Flew 17).