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Tag Archives: Multiculturalism and Diversity
Academia’s Rejection of Diversity, New York Times
“We should not have a multicultural society.”
SUNY Jumps On the PC-extremism Bandwagon, New York Post
You can identify as straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, unsure, or other.
Study finds that as racial diversity increases, so does conflict.
Congressman Blames Gun Violence on ‘Diversity in America’, Think Progress
Says homogeneous societies like Japan don’t have problems with violence.
Managing diversity will pay more than $200,000 a year.
Who Will Pay the Political Price for Affordable Housing?, New York Times
Will rich Democrats accept Section 8 housing in their backyards?
Even SPLC admits that “diversity” is not a strength.
Head of agency says diversity is “absolutely critical to CIA’s success.”
The Central Inclusiveness Agency, Wall Street Journal
CIA will go all out to change its “culture” and promote non-whites.
Non-whites “feel culturally disconnected from the standard curriculum.”
A Canadian perspective.
Teacher: Why I Don’t Want to Assign Shakespeare Anymore, Washington Post
That’s on top of $300 million the company has pledged to “diversify” its own employees.
The Economist goes soft in the head.
He does not want “mass-scale” mixing of people with different religions.
Google Raising Stakes on Diversity, USA Today
Will spend $150 million this year trying to turn the place brown.
The Strange Case of Modern Immigration, National Review
Victor Davis Hanson sniffs around the edges of the truth.
Carolina paper publishes call for white solidarity.
“Expert” says faculty should be hired and fired according to whether they understand diversity.
Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust, American Sociological Review
It’s one or the other.
The event is for non-whites who are “non-binary people with gender identities that include ‘woman’.”
“Europe is facing questions which can no longer be answered within the framework of liberal multiculturalism.”
Experts: Coming Demographic Shift Will Strengthen US Culture, Voice of America
Charles Murray is now on the diversity bandwagon.
Former chair of Commission for Racial Equality blasts Britain’s “mealy-mouthed approach to race.”
Will introduce “gender neutral” standards for all jobs.
If author would only mentioned race, he would sound like American Renaissance.
“The Hungarian man, by nature, is politically incorrect.”
Nigel Farage warns against mass immigration and multiculturalism at CPAC.
For Asian Americans, a Changing Landscape on College Admissions, Los Angeles Times
To get into top schools, they have to get higher test scores than any other race.
Barnard College gets its priorities in order.
Just 1 percent of 51,000 Baptist churches are considered multiracial.
‘Diversity’ in Action, Townhall
Immigration is breaking America up into perpetually warring factions.
The Birth of Three Nations, Fred on Everything
Diversity fails wherever it is tried.
. . . then taken down after complaints.
Measuring Diversity in City Arts Organizations, Wall Street Journal
Trying to solve a problem that does not exist.
Americans care less and less about the obligations of citizenship.
Diversity makes people more skeptical of trading partners.
Says all Europeans have a common enemy in multiculturalism.
“Diversity facilitates friction” and seems to make traders more skeptical.
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.