Oregon's 'Little Mexico' serves as example of diversity
The city is one of few places in Oregon where the white population is the minority, and the community has dealt with rapidly changing demographics in recent years. At least one University researcher hopes to learn something from the unique situation.
I'm sure he'll ask questions about crime rate, employment rate, median income, percentage of people at the public trough...
Nelson said Woodburn is embracing its Mexican population and is sometimes called Oregon's "Little Mexico."
"The city seems to be embracing its Mexican identity openly and very deeply now," Nelson said.
The city is also home to many Mexican celebrations, Nelson said.
Note that they don't say "hispanic population" it's "Mexican population." In my household whites are in the minority but we celebrate the 4th of July, not the Day of the Dead. It just boggles my mind why we would want to import that culture. 20 million illegal aliens can't be wrong: America is the better country, let's celebrate that.