Diversity is a very important concept in the United States. Racial diversity is one commonly discussed topic—this is the inclusion of people from different ethnicities and races in the United States, including Indigenous peoples, the Latinx community, African Americans, Asian Americans, and more.
Religious diversity is another hallmark of the United States, as there is no set religion in the nation. There are Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, and many other religions represented in America.
There is additional socioeconomic diversity, with people coming from and living in different wealth classes from different socioeconomic backgrounds. This includes the rich, the middle class, and the impoverished. This example of diversity is the most fluid, and it will hopefully be eliminated in the future by improving the welfare of those in lower economic classes.