Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver

Additional photos and more below.
Additional photos and more below.

The latest survey from the folks at WalletHub lists "2015’s Cities with the Most and Least Ethno-Racial and Linguistic Diversity."

Spurred by Black History Month, the site looked at 350 communities across the country as a way of cataloging America's increasing diversity, as epitomized by the photo above, spotlighting the Denver Center for International Studies.

Not every community met this standard, though — and a community in metro Denver actually ended up among the ten least-diverse cities in the study.

Count down the photo-illustrated bottom ten below, featuring WalletHub data and a map that graphically shows changes over the past several years.

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Number 350:

Billings, Montana.
Billings, Montana.
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver

Number 349:

Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver

Number 348:

Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver

Number 347:

Springfield, Missouri.
Springfield, Missouri.
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver
Ten Least Diverse U.S. Cities — Including One in Metro Denver


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