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Population Changes: More Cultural Diversity in the Older Population

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Across the U.S., our older population will become increasing racially and ethnically more diverse. Extending current demographic patterns into the future predict that fewer than 6 out of 10 older Americans will be white in 2060. Significantly, from 2015 to 2060, black older adults will triple in the U.S., and older Hispanic adults will more than quintuple. Read more at the WOTV4Women website article.

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