This is the story of a changing America.
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As a nation, we are transforming.

By 2043, minorities will become the majority in the United States. Given waves of immigration and aging Baby Boomers, today's young adult population is the most racially diverse generation in U.S. history. Yet, the Black Lives Matter movement signifies deep racial tensions and segregation. We are the most educated generation, and the most burdened by student debt. Despite the ramifications of the Great Recession, millenials remain the most optimistic generation this country has seen.

We are a nation redefining what it means to be American, in all its struggle and glory, its breadth and depth, and diversity. This is our platform to share our stories.

Rather than being feared, America's new diversity—poised to reinvigorate the country at a time when other developed nations are facing advanced aging and population loss—can be celebrated.

William Frey, author of Diversity Explosion: How New Racial Demographics are Remaking America

Multiculturalism is being able to see yourself in the person most unlike you.

Sandra Cisneros

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