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With a diversity score of 76 out of , Asheville is more diverse than other US cities. We define diversity broadly, including but not limited to all races, ages, sexual orientations, gender identification, socio-economic backgrounds, and cultural beliefs. Durham Durham. The state, now home to The Hispanic population over the last ten years grew from 8. A recent analysis of economic data by the Citizen Times showed how the four-county Asheville metropolitan area became the most expensive place in North Carolina.

Known for its fine dining, mild climate , and array of year-long activities, Asheville provides the perfect amount of variety for potential homeowners. The US Census Department compiled a list for the whole country and used statistics like unemployment rate and median household income..

Charlotte and Raleigh became more racially and ethnically diverse from to , according to U. Further down on the list was Raleigh, which took the 36th spot and became 1. The wages in Asheville absolutely do not reflect the cost of rent or buying a home in the city. Unless you move to Asheville with a job already in place, you are going to have to look long and hard for a job. Quality of life in Charlotte ranks high for black and white citizens.

Anchored by Harvey Gantt Center, a black college, and 4th Ward community, black banking professionals patronizing restaurants and galleries, black culture in the Queen City is growing as well. Sadie Daniel is an adventurer at heart. She loves to travel and explore new places. Her thirst for adventure has taken her all over the world, and she’s always looking for her next big thrill.

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View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. The Mule. Diversity has a lot to do with one’s experiences. I grew up in St. At the time, there were two basic skin colors, but a plethora of ethnic backgrounds. Most were European, but they were still distinct and diverse. Places I lived later had people of more statistical races, and even more ethnicities.

Based on racial groups and ethnicities, Asheville is not very diverse. And that is what I believe most people consider when they ask the question of diversity with little other explanation. I do not agree that someone who is non-white asking about racial diversity is somehow small-minded. I do not think considering race as part of diversity is small-minded.

While people are not born to think differently because of the color of their skin, the color of their skin or any obvious ethnic difference has probably subjected them to different experiences in life and thus shaped concerns and priorities.

That is also true of the socio-economic situation in which the person grew up. It does not mean they inherently think differently, but it does give them a different set of experiences, priorities, and concerns to deal with. Somewhere among all those different perspectives and concerns we find truth and wisdom. If that is somehow beneath the thinking here in Mt.

Olympus, perhaps we should temper our judgments with an acknowledgement of the real-world experiences of others. OP, I apologize for the rude off topic posts. Per terms of service rude and off topic posts are not tolerated and are worthy of infraction. Keep in mind for those who dont agree with a post Mainly respond cordially what an OP is asking, or report a post if you find it questionable or lastly if one doesnt agree move on to another topic that can be politely answered Thanks.

Is a Confederate flag waving black person an example of diversity? Asheville’s own H. Originally Posted by daveatgso. The woman you’re referring to was openly obsessed with skin color, and was put in her place with a Martin Luther King quote that expressed his dream of a world in which persons are not judged by their skin color. Originally Posted by drrckmtthws. Furthermore, other reasons why people will inquire about the question is to learn on how they will be received.

Using my self as an example, I have lived in areas where I was one of the few blacks that lived their. For two weeks I had a co-worker not speak to me, and then one day, she came to me and said,»you are nice, I don’t get it, you are so nice, you are really nice, in the news I only see black people being arrested» She avoided me because she was afraid of me, not because of real experiences from being around other African American’s because there weren’t a lot to be around in the first place but preconceived notions based off of TV.

And while my experience may vary from others, many have had similar experiences, in diverse places, so much so, that asking about a diversity of place is a very valid question. Martin Luther King, since you went there, Statements were to a society that didn’t not embrace racial diversity, and down right restricted a people from their culture and history.

Heck it wasn’t truly free for blacks My granddad fought in WW2, Korea, and Vietnam but could not drink from any water fountain he wanted to, in the country he fought for, all because the color of his skin.

His Martin Luther King’s statements weren’t in regard to people inquiring about the diversity of an area. This thread is giving me a headache To the OP, please visit the area. No one person can tell you what your experience will be.

Your ideas of «diversity» will always be based on your own truth. We can espouse how tolerant, not tolerant, diverse or not diverse the area is all day long, but at the end of the day, the experience will still be your own. Whatever life path you and your family choose, I wish you luck and hope that you find your bliss.

Imhere now. I don’t believe there is an inverse relationship between racism and diversity. Racism has not been determined to be higher when racial diversity is lower. As others here have pointed out, whether someone causes or experiences the effects of racism is ultimately an individual’s personal experience and shouldn’t be assumed to be centered in a geographic region.

My reaction was here is someone that assumes WNC is more racist because it is less racially diverse and we are to debate that assumption.

I have experienced far less racism in Asheville than in my 30 years living in the inner city of New Orleans. Mule’s answer really addressed the issue for those coming from other parts of the county. I have lived in NC 30 years but had the same experience he did growing up in a basically 2 race but multiethnic city.

I love the feeling of tolerance for many kinds of different people that exists in Asheville but miss the ethnic diversity I grew up knowing. Each cultural group gave a layer of complexity to life in Milwakee. For someone wanting to move here from a multiethnic or multiracial environment it will be a big change. Hopefully we will attract more racial and ethnic groups as we grow, the genie is out of the bottle on growth, and those who take a chance on Asheville will add a positive to our city.

Doesn’t mean we have to lose our roots, my family were all southerners, we just add more branches. Hope the OP will visit and give Avl a look over, pretty good people in this area and most will welcome you.

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Quote: Originally Posted by drrckmtthws Furthermore, other reasons why people will inquire about the question is to learn on how they will be received. Quote: Originally Posted by drrckmtthws Martin Luther King, since you went there, Statements were to a society that didn’t not embrace racial diversity, and down right restricted a people from their culture and history.

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Our commitment leads us to envision a future where all UNC Asheville students, faculty, and staff know they belong regardless of their race and ethnicity, age. “Asheville is an inclusive, diverse community. We define diversity broadly, including but not limited to all races, ages, sexual orientations. Asheville’s divergence from the national trend was more pronounced. The city grew by 11,, or %, to 94, people over the last decade.

 
 

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