Minorities will be the majority in the United States in 30 years, according to the Census Bureau.
Some cities are already well on the way.
May is Asia Pacific Heritage month, and WalletHub has looked at America's Most Diverse Cities, ranking them not just on racial and ethnic diversity, but also combining research on diversity in economies and how well higher education and income levels are dispersed across different groups.
The top 20 cities include places such as Dallas (16th), New York (19th) and Renton, Washington (6th).
However, the top five have one thing in common: They're in California.