Since 2000, a lot has changed. But not as much as you might think. America currently has only one state -- Hawaii -- that does not, and has never had, a white majority. This is mostly because 'white' is a slippery concept, and a lot of the swarthy folks that were upsetting the racial purists 17 years ago are now white... falling into the comparatively new demographic category of white hispanic.
So yes, America remains blandly white, but we have continued to upgrade our diversity regardless, and there are now five states that have a "majority-minority" -- a state "in which one or more racial and/or ethnic minorities make up a majority of the local population." (Wikipedia).
- Hawaii: the only state to never have had a white majority.
- California: Still majority white, but only 40% Non-Hispanic white.
- New Mexico: Still majority white, but only 40% Non-Hispanic white.
- Nevada: Still majority white, but only 41% Non-Hispanic white.
- Texas: Still majority white, but only 45% Non-Hispanic white.
Maybe. Changing the definition of white to optionally include/exclude arbitrary ethnicities messed things up. For example, New York might count as majority–minority, if you count the Jewish population as an ethnic minority rather than as part of the 'ethnically white' majority. Do you want to do this? I have no clue. But you could, if you were seriously hung up on race and ethnicity.
The upshot of this is that, despite
20 years 200,000 years of people complaining about the outsiders coming in to ruin our lives, most strangers are nice, and things will be okay.