February 5, 2014 - 12:53am
BY THE STATEMENT STAFF
1. Vallejo, CA
Californian cities out-stand all other cities in terms of their diverse representation, but Vallejo tops them all. The 10th most populous city in the bay area, this city of sulphur springs has a place for all.
2. Germantown, MD
Germantown doesn’t fall too far behind. Business Insider gave this highly-urbanized city a diversity score of 84.2/100 for its equitable representation of African-American, Latino and Asian populations.
3. Atlantic City, NJ
Sound familiar? That’s right, you’ve seen it in Monopoly. Known for its resorts, boardwalks and beaches, this scenic city is major tourist hub and a dream-town for many residents.
4. Las Vegas, NV
This casino-town may have just been the home to the largest Super Bowl bet, but it’s also got more. Although the majority of residents here are White Americans, its far from lacking on the diversity spectrum.
5. Honolulu, HI
The most populous city in Hawaii is populous for a reason. A major hub for international businesses, Honolulu draws those from world-over looking to reap the benefits of its harbour.