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A Nation of Diversity

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  • 2017-02-21
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The U.S. is called a nation of immigrants because  people from many countries come and live together. The U.S. is called a multicultural society because many people from many different countries share there culture with each other. The immigration to America started in various stages. The first immigration happened in 1492 after Christopher Columbus discovered America between 1880 and 1924, the second wave of immigrants poured into the U.S. The new comers came from the Southern and Eastern European countries, including  Italy, Poland, and Russia. The immigrants stayed in New York and Boston were homes to Italian and Jewish immigrants. Chicago was home to a mixture of many races and nationalities. Immigrants were not treated the same because they were slaves, so they were brought to America against their will. The discrimination ended when the U.S. government passed laws to end discrimination in the 1960s.

 

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The U.S. is called a nation of immigrants and a multicultural society because many people from different countries come, live, and share their culture together.The immigration to Ameica started in various stages. The first imigration happened in 1942 after Christopher Columbus discovered America.Between 1880 and 1924, the second wave of immigrants poured into the U.S..The new comers came from Southern and Eastern European countries, including Italy, Poland, and Russia. Also, New York and Boston were homes to Italian and Jewish immigrants. Chicago was home to a mixture of many races and nationalities.Some of the immigrants were brought to America against their will and they became slaves there. Also, some immigrants were discriminated because of their color, race and religion. The discrimination ended when the U.S. government passed laws to end discrimination in the 1960s.