About 48 percent of newborns last year were members of minority groups, compared with just a fifth of those over 65. . . . More than a third of all 13.3 million new suburbanites were Latino, compared with 2.5 million blacks and 2 million Asians. In all, whites accounted for a fifth of suburban growth.
Even in rural America, where the population grew the slowest — just 2 percent since 2000 compared with 7 percent nationwide — foreign-born residents accounted for 37 percent of that growth. Three-quarters of them were not citizens[.]
The up and coming populations of the United States aren't well treated. The poor are disproportionately children and poverty is no longer largely a phenomena of central cities.