Diversity Challenges


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Diversity Challenges
Recent events in the world have reemphasized human diversity on a social level as never before. Where once it was the gulf between aristocrats and “commoners”, factory owners and workers, politicians of the Right versus politicians of the Left, now the world faces a new kind of challenging symbol of social diversity which often incorporates the idea of racial profiling. What has happened is that the war on terrorism of the 21st Century is dispelling the idealism that began with the document that bluntly began with the words that “All Men Are Created Equal” and created the American melting pot.
Modern sociologists use the word “multiculturalism” as a means of defining diversity. Ideally, here is what diversity should...
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