Re: Most homogeneous city?

Sibyl (
14 Oct 1996 00:58:21 GMT

In <53qk0a$> (Charles Packer)
>At a food festival here in Washington, D.C. I was struck by
>the racial and physiognomic diversity of the crowd, even
>though, as a long-time resident, I've come to take the
>multicultural nature of the city for granted. Now, I wonder,
>where in the U.S. or Canada could one have the _opposite_
>experience, that is, be in a crowd in which everyone looked
>alike? My guess is that it would most likely be on an Indian
>reservation, or possibly in some small city in the Midwest or
>South founded by some close-knit immigrant group. Can anybody
>suggest specific candidates for the most homogeneous city in
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1. Salt Lake City, UT -- my general impression when there is usually
lots of people with blond hair and big teeth;
2. Boise, ID (more white people);
3. Monterey Park, CA (mostly Chinese-American).