By Brittany Reno
Different ethnic groups live in peace in Pittsburgh today. Every Saturday morning, the streets of the Strip are bustling with all sorts of people from many different ethnic backgrounds and income levels. The idea of peace that is promoted by the people who happily purchase rare goods from one another at the market is beautifully illustrated be this sign on the side of a building in the area. It shows the true harmony of the different cultures that convene in the Strip District.
A thriving culture today is represented by all ethnic groups in Pittsburgh; the Yinzers have an affinity for Pittsburgh sports and the local slang. You cannot walk for more than a few feet in the Strip District without seeing a GO STEELERS! sign or a table full of Penguins sweatshirts and other memorabilia. Yinzers do not have a set color or level of wealth; they are just people with a common love and appreciation of all of the cultures that make up their own.