Re: Most homogeneous city?

Michelle A Mader (
18 Oct 1996 14:26:37 GMT

>In article <53qk0a$>,
> (Charles Packer) wrote:
>>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

Brookville, OH (a little suburb outside of Dayton). It is clearly
a white, protestant town. A friend of mine grew up there and she
insists there was a minority family, they were Catholic.