In colorblind France, rising diversity tests unity - Article Photos 6/10

In this photo taken Feb. 7, 2013, women walk in the streets of Montfermeil, outside Paris, an enclosed world where many residents don't speak French, where delinquency soars, and where the unemployment rate is an estimated 40 percent, nearly four times the national rate. The area housing projects, burgeoning with immigrants, bear names like Cezanne, Picasso and Utrillo. But neither the names of great masters nor the idyllic image conjured up by the name of the project, Les Bosquets, or The Groves, captures the daily realities of the French-style ghetto. (AP Photo/Elaine Ganley)