The “amish” are a small, yet deeply rooted group in the United States.
In fact, there are about 3.6 million Amish living in the US, making them the fifth most numerous religious group in America, according to the National Council on Religion and Culture.
But as they’ve become more prominent, so have their myths, superstitions, and myths about their place in American society.
The Amish are the largest religious minority in America.
That’s the conclusion of a new study, which looked at how they’ve changed in the last three decades.
The study’s authors, Jonathan M. Johnson, PhD, a sociologist at the University of Southern California and the author of Amish: An Ethnographic Study of American Culture, found that the Amish have undergone an extraordinary transformation over the last 20 years.
They’ve experienced a surge in wealth and prosperity, and have become more accepting of non-white people, people of color, and LGBTQ people.
This new, multicultural Amish culture is not just a new religion.
It’s also a new way of life.
“They have embraced a whole new way to think about America,” says Johnson.
“That new way has brought a lot of new possibilities for them and for America.
Amish people don’t just believe in a big American family, but they also believe that we have to live together in the same way.”
Johnson says Amish Americans are increasingly accepting of immigrants and multiculturalism, but there are still some lingering stereotypes and fears about Amishness.
“When you look at what we call the ‘Amish culture,’ the Amishes are pretty much all about the outdoors, the woods, and the outdoors,” Johnson says.
“And they are not really about social class.
They are more about their culture and the way they live and the traditions they have.”
In fact: Johnson’s study found that there are fewer Amish in the workforce today than there were in 1980.
And Amish social media accounts have increased in size.
There are now more than 2.6 billion Amish Twitter followers, and another 1.8 billion Twitter followers on Facebook.
There’s also increased access to the Amisch Society, which hosts annual events like the annual “Amish Heritage Week” on May 14, which draws together groups of Amishes from around the country.
“The Amish heritage of America is really strong,” says Darryl Jones, a social media consultant who works with the Amash.
“It’s there, it’s thriving, and it’s alive.”
Amish Social Media Sites Now that Amishs are getting more exposure on social media, they’ve started to develop a lot more information about themselves and their history.
The first of these was the Amistad, a website launched in 2010.
It is the most extensive Amish history website on the Internet, with thousands of images and articles.
But the Amistic Society also has an online archive of posts that show the Amis living in a different way than they do today.
In 2015, they launched the Amity.org, which includes photos and video from around America, along with information on other historical Amish sites like the Amikennies, Amish Heritage Camps, and Amish Historical Society.
There is even an Amish History Week, a day where Amish families and friends come together to discuss Amish life and culture.
There were also a few Amish films, including a short film that starred John Cusack.
“People want to see Amish movies, AmiAmish movies,” says Jones.
“I think there’s been an influx of Ami Amish, Amis that aren’t really Amish.”
Amity’s YouTube channel has been growing.
The channel has amassed about 50 million subscribers since its inception.
In the past year, it has also launched a new series of videos with other Amish community members called Amity Stories.
The videos highlight different facets of Amity life and include a look at Amish weddings, Amishes cooking, and other historical details.
Jones says Amity stories are becoming more and more popular, but he believes there is more to the American Amish than what’s been shared online.
“Amity is about people.
It involves people, it involves music, and you can get a lot from Amity,” he says.
The new Amish media outlets have helped Amish communities in particular grow.
They have a “cultural capital,” says M. David Jones, who directs the Amitabass, a non-profit that supports the Amiskens.
“Their history is not only alive, but it’s also part of our culture,” he adds.
“What we do is create something for the future, something that will resonate with people and be an extension of their life.”
Jones is one of the first Amish to be nominated for an Academy Award for best film.
But his award is not for the best film, but for the most important piece of Amis history.