Bethlehem Press

Friday, July 28, 2017
“Richness of perspec-tive. Every person has a viewpoint, their own vision, and it gives them a perspective that allows them to grow up surrounded by diversity.” Al Bermudez Bethlehem Township “Richness of perspec-tive. Every person has a viewpoint, their own vision, and it gives them a perspective that allows them to grow up surrounded by diversity.” Al Bermudez Bethlehem Township
“Diversity, sense of community, pride and culture. And to have your children grow up with all of the cultures.” Hollie Gibbons Danielsville “Diversity, sense of community, pride and culture. And to have your children grow up with all of the cultures.” Hollie Gibbons Danielsville
“It brings a lot of cultural diversity which enriches the community by sharing all of its cultural beauty.” Donna Bryant-Winston Riegelsville “It brings a lot of cultural diversity which enriches the community by sharing all of its cultural beauty.” Donna Bryant-Winston Riegelsville
“It creates a better growing up and life experience.” Neal Apgar Nazareth “It creates a better growing up and life experience.” Neal Apgar Nazareth
“I think having the diversity here helps everything because everybody gets to experience the differences.” George Sobetsky Bethlehem “I think having the diversity here helps everything because everybody gets to experience the differences.” George Sobetsky Bethlehem
“It means there are a lot of opportunities for people looking to make a life in America.” Bryan Callahan Bethlehem “It means there are a lot of opportunities for people looking to make a life in America.” Bryan Callahan Bethlehem

People Say

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 by Dana Grubb in Opinion

At one point in history, nearly 70 ethnic groups called Bethlehem their home. Attendees at the Holy Infancy Multi-cultural Fest and Festa Italiano were asked, “What do you think this kind of diversity means for a community?”