Kansas is on its way to becoming a majority-minority state, with white residents expected to make up less than half of the population by 2066.
A new report from the Kansas Health Institute shows that the state is quickly becoming older, more urban and more diverse.
The urban areas of our state have seen some increase in the white population, says Steve Coen, head of the Kansas Health Foundation, which commissioned the report. Every county in the state has seen an increase in diverse populations, people of color. Every single county.
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