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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