A new wave of U.S. immigrants from Asia is outnumbering arrivals from Mexico. They bring diversity and optimism to the United States.
Music, language, education — all these corners of the culture have been touched by a 50-year-old law that opened U.S. immigration to more diverse peoples.
In the U.S., Bukharian Jews interact with and live amongst people of other ethnicities, cultures and faiths.
American Sikhs find living in the U.S. a rewarding experience with great opportunities.
Thousands of Ethiopians have settled in Minneapolis, Seattle, Atlanta and other cities, but the greater Washington area has the most Ethiopian residents.