smith_cover-1000x1313For generations now, America has leveraged the perception of the land of opportunity. The place where you can escape political persecution, the place where you can find better economic opportunities for yourself and your family. This global campaign is now being called into question. Many in the middle of the America have not enjoyed the flourishing  benefits of globalization and diversity.
In South Florida there’s an enormous investment campaign coming from South America and other Latin Countries. This investment growth is much more rapid then homegrown Floridians. In California, the Asian investment climate is as strong as ever. In New York, Asian and Indian investment is as prominent as it’s ever been. Americans are feeling the economic influence in elements as simple as the local Subway Sandwhich shop and Dunkin Doughnuts. Even suburban low paying jobs such as Burger King are now seeing a large influx of brown people. This reigns true in corporate roles such as engineering, technology and medicine.
The public school system is on the edge of a revolution. No one really knows what will be the results. What Americans do know, the American school system is not improving at the rate that other counties are. You can see it in the entrepreneurs that come here to invest, you can see it in the aptitude in the students that come to study at our best universities. In order to compete in the future, American students must learn better and faster, no one has figured out this equation as of 2017. Americans are becoming less inclined to be politically correct as a result, pushing back against this change.

Closing Note

Both local and immigrant Brown people should see this as an opportunity. An opportunity to harness this grown as well as bring along the American majority for the ride. The country is growing browner, there’s no denying that. The best thing the brown skin people can do is work as an economic collective and be inclusive. The real opportunity, is to harness the American resources and finding a way to train the American labor force to work in it’s industries.