“Diversity facilitates friction” and seems to make traders more skeptical.
Tag Archives: Multiculturalism and Diversity
UCLA Faculty Approves Diversity Class Requirement, Los Angeles Times
Chancellor says living in a multiracial society requires special training.
In the Land of Make-Believe, Racial Diversity Is a Fantasy, Washington Post
Fantasy novels and movies are overwhelmingly white.
And 49 percent of Americans think the country will be “better off.”
Colorful World of Birding Has Conspicuous Lack of People of Color, National Geographic
Some say the KKK might be out in the woods.
A heart-warming vision of America’s future.
Exposing Hidden Bias at Google, New York Times
Company mandates diversity training to combat “unconscious bias.”
Limited English Limits Job Prospects, Wall Street Journal
One in ten working-age adults in the US cannot speak proficient English.
83 percent of Americans want official English.
For non-whites, “diversity” means more of their group.
The Plural Society and Its Enemies, The Economist
Diversity doesn’t work in Burma either.
Study Finds Diversity Toll, Wall Street Journal
Non-whites who push “diversity” are seen as less competent.
Madness in Madison, Pope Center
U. of Wisconsin professor lambastes his school’s new “diversity initiative.”
America is becoming less a country than a “geographic expression.”
Multiculturalism in Reverse as Teenagers Buck the Trend Towards Integration, Telegraph (London)
Younger Brits stick with their own kind.
Poor White Pupils Put Off School by Multicultural Timetable, Telegraph (London)
Poor non-whites in Britain have a racial/cultural identity; poor whites do not.
Australia plunges into the future.
Multi-Culturalism Is Responsible for Terror in Our Midst, Express (London)
More than 500 “Britons” have joined the fight with ISIS.
The company is 38 percent Asian, but report says it has too many whites.
Trojan Horse Debate: We Were Wrong, All Cultures Are Not Equal, Telegraph (London)
Columnist says Britain is fighting “barbarism and ignorance.”
Standardized Ethnic-Studies Curriculum for High Schools to Be Studied, Los Angeles Times
“The whole point of ethnic studies is American at its core.”
Keeping groups separate with “physical and political boundaries” maintains peace.
They say whites are “arrogant” and “ask stupid questions.”
Korea, Tagalog, Hmong, Dakota . . .
Only a quarter of white Britons identify as “British.”
Advocates Seek to Carve Out Official Latin American Areas in L.A., Los Angeles Times
Part of the idea is to keep Koreatown from expanding.
Diversity Conference Shut Down Amid Shocking Violence, Diversity Chronicle
Satire on diversity mentions American Renaissance conference.
As diversity goes up, sense of community goes down.
Anaheim’s Little Arabia Pushing for a Higher Profile, Los Angeles Times
“You have Disney, the Honda Center, the Angels, and you also have Little Arabia.”
A Hindu reportedly defaced a Koran.
Non-Muslims encouraged to wear the veil.
“Diversity for thee, but not for me.”
The War on Truth, Weekly Standard
The Weekly Standard writes something sensible about diversity.
Ethnic Diversity’s ‘Inconvenient Truths’, Vancouver Sun
A Canadian discovers Robert Putnam.
Guess what the NAACP thinks.
He calls the clamors for more non-whites in comedy “PC nonsense.”
Cesar Chavez National Historic Park Is in the Works, Los Angeles Times
Park is supposed to attract Hispanics, who can’t “relate” to Yosemite.
Underlines the idea that America is up for grabs by whoever wants to come here.
Revealed: The One in Nine Schools Where English Is Not First Language, Telegraph (London)
In more than 200 British schools, 90 percent of students don’t speak English at home.
The Downside of Diversity, Economist
Studies: Diversity can lead to “ambient cultural disharmony” that saps creativity.
He told migrants he hopes they keep “the values of [their] culture of origin.”
The Islamization of Britain in 2013, Gatestone Institute
A few people are waking up to the crisis.
It said “Diversity is a code word for white genocide.”
“The Charter of Values is the latest expression of Quebec’s dim view of multiculturalism.”