Articles or Book Reviews about or concerning published works relating to Cultural Diversity, Ethnic Diversity, Racial Diversity, Effects of Multiculturalism and anything relating to Multiculturalism.
Singh Vineet (July 29, 2008) Books since times immemorial have been a rich source of knowledge, information and pleasure for the readers of all ages, cast and community. The IT revolution has affected all fields of our work sphere and books are no exception. There was a time when for buying a book an individual had to spend hours in a book store searching for a particular author's work or a new edition. Today the .. (Multicultural)
Rick Briamonte (July 01, 2008) The story of black and white in America runs deep through our conscience. Each of us has both an experience and opinion on the subject. Whether it recalls a black man, a black woman or child it doesn't rise to the level necessary to be considered “text" worthy of African American History. This book biography represents the history of just one unusual drama that had its beginnings . (Multicultural)
Whitney Brennan (June 23, 2008) "I hate covert racism. I always hated guessing whether someone is being mean/rude/nervous because they hate my race or because they are having a bad day. As I got older, I noticed that covert racism is like depression: You know it when you feel it, but it's hard to explain to someone who has never experienced it. It's like a sixth sense that God has given people of color that white .. (Multicultural)
John K. Press (May 01, 2008) Buddha is Hiding by Aihwa Ong shows the perils of multicultural policy compounded by multiculturalist thought. Ong's book follows the lives of 50,000 Cambodian refugees we accepted in the 1970s. During the reign of Pol Pot in Cambodia approximately one third of the population was killed. Many of those given asylum ended up congregating in Northern California. Ong considers our welfare .. (Multicultural)
John K. Press (March 01, 2008) As we have traditionally been a culturist nation, the multiculturalist outlook strips us of our ability to appreciate or understand our past. Applying culturist insights to the book Translating Property by Maria E. Montoya provides examples in spades. This book discusses how we settled land disputes after our victory in the Mexican - American War. The importance of our relationship with . (Multicultural)