The changing face of Minnesota

For U.S. children, minorities will be the majority by 2020, Census says

The agency also says the overall U.S. population will grow older -- and grow more slowly -- in coming years.

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Ke'sha Scrivner,  Ka'Lani Scrivner Demographic change amplifying racial inequities The success of minority children who will form a new majority is crucial to future U.S. economic competitiveness. A wave of immigration, the aging of non-Hispanic white women beyond child-bearing years and a new baby boom are diminishing the proportion of children who are white. Already, half of U.S. children younger than 1 are Hispanic, black, Asian, Native American or of mixed races.

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