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Interacting with Cultural Interacting with Cultural Diversity in Spokane, Washington Tabitha Neufind ETH 125 June 15, 2010 Amy L. Williams 1
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Interacting with Cultural Interacting with Cultural Diversity in Spokane, Washington I grew up and for the majority of my life lived in the city of Spokane up until three years ago when I moved to the small town of Newman Lake which is about 20 miles from downtown Spokane. Writing about Newman Lake would be next to impossible since it is not a very large community and really does not have any ethnic diversity to talk about. At one time Spokane also included the City of Spokane Valley, but within the last 15 years the valley broke off and created its own city. Spokane Washington is the second largest city in Washington State and is a melting pot of many different cultures. Although the majority of the population of Spokane is white, we do have large populations of Mexicans, Asians, Blacks, and many other ethnic groups. Racial issues that occur in the Spokane area are few and far in-between. The many different races that call Spokane their home and are able to for the most part live in harmony. With so many different ethnic groups present in the area this has made Spokane a unique and wonderful city to live in and to have grown up. Spokane is unique city in the fact that we celebrate the many different cultures that are present in our area. There are various social events and celebrations that take place throughout the year that celebrate the different cultures in the Spokane area. There is a week where Japanese culture is celebrated, and the Mexican/Latino culture
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