Phuong Ly asks whether it's time to stop using the term ā€œminorities," in part so we can avoid sentences like this one from the Associated Press:

For the first time, minorities make up the majority of babies in the U.S. ...

But news organizations are struggling to find a better word to replace it. One option, Ly writes, is the acronym AHANA. Suggestions from readers include:

How about Americans?

How about people?

...just describe whatever group are the actual minorities.

As ethnic groups, each is a minority. To use majority would be confusing and borderline tendentious, as if non-whites were conspiring together to form a presumptive majority.

What's your pick?