Reach Multicultural: Latest Posts
When you are alone for days or weeks at a time, you eventually become drawn to people. Talking to randos is the norm. I’ll never forget the conversation with the aquarium fisherman, forest ranger, and women at the Thai market. It’s refreshing to compare notes on life with people from vastly different backgrounds.
Despite some groups having persistently lower rates of internet adoption, the vast majority of Americans are online. Over time, the offline population has been shrinking, and for some groups that change has been especially dramatic. For example, 86% of adults ages 65 and older did not go online in 2000; today that figure has been reduced to 34%. Among those without a high school diploma, the share not using the internet dropped from 81% to 35% in the same time period.
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There is no doubt that multicultural voters are important for political campaigns. Are they important to your campaign? Short answer: it depends.
There was a time when being black in America meant you were most likely descended from one or more enslaved Africans who had survived the trans-Atlantic slave trade. However, as the number of African and Caribbean blacks immigrating to the USA has increased, so have the chances that someone who identifies as black or African American is a first- or second-generation immigrant.
Despite significant improvements, African-Americans are still very underrepresented on college and university campuses.
The contribution of multicultural communities to international sport is incresingly important. In the craziness that is media, a joke regarding one community quickly upsets somebody and the response becomes news. A great example is that of Trevor Noah from The Daily Show chanting “Africa won the World Cup”
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