We’ve collected the best Melting Pot Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Greg Gutfeld, Mike Colter, Charles Melton, Lindsey Stirling, Barbara Mikulski. Use them as an inspiration.
America is not a melting pot. It is a sizzling cauldron.
L.A. is such a melting pot.
I grew up surrounded by all types of cultures – French, Indian, Arabic – a melting pot of cultures, sounds, foods, people, and religions. It opened my eyes early, and I’m grateful for that. It’s not about success in one area; it’s about exploring the world musically and spending time in those places whenever you can.
The Midwest is a musical melting pot and the source and birthplace of several musical genres.
Hawaii is a melting pot of people and my school specifically has a lot of diversity that personally inspires me in everything I do.
I love that New York City is a true melting pot.
We don’t need a melting pot in this country, folks. We need a salad bowl. In a salad bowl, you put in the different things. You want the vegetables – the lettuce, the cucumbers, the onions, the green peppers – to maintain their identity. You appreciate differences.
New York is like a melting pot: so many different people, so many different cultures.
This is a great country, and it’s a melting pot. People shouldn’t judge other people by the color of their skin, their church, or the area where they reside.
I love London. It is such a melting pot. Everything is here.
Los Angeles is a melting pot for all different cultures and creativity. It’s really a ground to cultivate artists.
It was a melting pot in Las Vegas. You got every age level, every ethnic background, every social aura – it was an absolute Americana audience… people who were there to celebrate occasions; people who were there to gamble; people who were there because they were awed by the whole Vegas operation. Tourists.
If the United States is the melting pot of the world, you need entertainment – you need visuals that represent that.
The diversity of America is a strength of the country, and I don’t think that we use that. We don’t talk about our strengths. I mean, having so many diverse people in this country from all aspects of all over the world, and we don’t use that. I think we should talk about who we are – that melting pot that we’ve become.
London is one of the most exciting cities in the world, with a melting pot of cultures and diversity.
I don’t think any other holiday embraces the food of the Midwest quite like Thanksgiving. There’s roasted meat and mashed potatoes. But being here is also about heritage. Cleveland is really a giant melting pot – not only is my family a melting pot, but so is the city.
I love Caribbean food. It’s a great melting pot of so many cultures including the Native Americans.
Growing up with country, R&B, gospel, and classical music from my grandmother and pop, Tuskegee was the perfect melting pot for my influences as a writer.
Britain is just a melting pot for every culture. Like a pot for every culture around the world mixed into one. Artists over here understand that more.
There’s a lot to love about America – freedom, the melting pot of diversity, individualism – all attractive concepts, especially to an introvert. In fact, the introverts were probably the first to feel crowded in England and to daydream about all the space they would find in the New World. Peace! Quiet!
Our forefathers increased and decreased the influx of peoples because America was building a melting pot and because certain ethnicities often brought with them certain securities and degrees of productivity.
The best thing about being from Britain is that it’s a melting pot of cultures, characters, and creativity. I couldn’t imagine coming from anywhere else.
Denmark is a small, homogenous nation of about 5.5 million people. The United States is a melting pot of more than 315 million people. No question about it, Denmark and the United States are very different countries.
There is this myth, that America is a melting pot, but what happens in assimilation is that we end up deliberately choosing the American things – hot dogs and apple pie – and ignoring the Chinese offerings.
In the melting pot that is America, inclusive trumps exclusive. Whether it’s single women, young adults, or minorities, alienating the rapidly growing voting blocs is not smart politics.
Moving to Los Angeles and working in places like Hawaii, you get to experience a true melting pot. It’s really nice to be around people who are multiethnic.
For me, personally, Detroit is a melting pot for everything. We get the best from the East Coast, West Coast and down South.
Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards.