Many experts estimate that other minority aspects across the US will appear to dominate the American life inevitably in the 2040s.
According to different models, by mid-century, non-white populations will exceed over 50 percent, making the country’s white population a minority in the US.
A 2019 Brookings institution analysis has shown that the white majority-non-white minority balance in the US might have already changed as the country’s non-white population under 15 has passed white youths under the same category.
In 2008, Barack Obama as a Black American, whose father was a Muslim, succeeded in becoming the nation’s first non-white president, signalling an upcoming political trend of non-white strength.
In 2020, Biden’s vice-presidential pick Kamala Harris, hails herself from a minority background, having an Indian mother and Jamaican father.
Her political presence signals various trends in the US.
Harris will be the country’s first female and Black vice president.