It is the animating philosophy behind community cultural development.
Greg Johnson 4, words There are contexts in which diversity is a good thing. For instance, diversity of goods in the marketplace, diversity of options in life, diversity of opinions in politics and academia, and a diversity of points of view on juries for awarding prizes or deciding court cases.
But in the context of contemporary politics, diversity means something very specific, namely integrating a variety of different races and ethnic groups into the same society or institution.
Diversity also refers to integrating women and sexual minorities into institutions that traditionally excluded them, such as the military. Obviously, one can imagine a society without racial and ethnic diversity, but one cannot imagine a society without both men and women.
One can, however, imagine a society in which men and women have fairly distinct social realms and roles. Multiculturalism, multiracialism, feminism, and the LGBTQ agenda constitute the primary sense of diversity today.
The people promoting it often have very little use for diversity of opinions and freedom of choice. This politically correct version of diversity is my focus here. It is no exaggeration to say that praising diversity is the civil religion of our time.
Whereas in the past, it was obligatory for everyone—especially the ambitious and powerful—to pay lip service to Christianity, today people compete to offer the most fulsome praise and heartfelt professions of faith to the God of diversity.
Even as the military, police, and fire departments lower standards of physical strength to increase diversity, they proclaim that their true strength lies in diversity itself.
Let us hope this theory is never tested in battle against a serious opponent. Even as educational institutions lower admissions and graduation standards, gut curricula of demanding classes, create entire disciplines to give degrees and academic jobs to members of marginalized identity groups, and spend vast sums on minority recruitment and diversity propaganda, they claim that education is stronger than ever because of all the diversity, even though by all objective measures, society is spending more on education and people are learning less than ever before.
The same delusional thinking is rampant throughout every other sector of society: White Nationalists oppose diversity. We want racially and culturally homogenous homelands for all white peoples. Diversity Means White Dispossession The first and foremost reason why diversity is bad is quite simple.
Whenever we talk about increasing diversity in a community or a business or a church or a school, that is always a euphemism for having fewer white people.
They just want to add some spice.
Yet it is legitimate to ask if increasing diversity will take away opportunities from whites while increasing the traffic, crime, alienation, conflict, and other social burdens.
Beyond that, even if someone says he does not wish to decrease the absolute number of white people, he is still maintaining that there are too many white people as a percentage of the overall population.
So demand to know why he wants the white population to be diluted. Obviously white people were bound to start resenting it.The idea that diversity is one of the country’s great strengths is now so firmly rooted that virtually anyone can evoke it, praise it, and wallow in it without fear of contradiction.
It has become one of the great unassailably American ideas, like democracy, patriotism, the family, or Martin Luther King. In one of those odd moments in which a politician accidentally speaks the truth, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in that multiculturalism had failed.
She said that the idea of various cultures living in harmony, “side-by-side” didn’t work, that it . The five foundations, or basic principles, of democracy are social equality, majority rule, minority rights, freedom and integrity.
All of these have a common basis in the fundamental ethical principle of mutual respect for diversity.
"From my vantage point in Miami, which already looks like America's majority-minority future, it is easy to accept the research and arguments in Our Compelling Interests. This essay collection shows that diversity can be an economic strength, but the book goes even deeper, asking whether democracy can flourish without successfully connecting people in a society so diverse it defies our traditional definitions.
The idea that "diversity" is one of the country's great strengths is now so firmly rooted that virtually anyone can evoke it, praise it, and wallow in it without fear of contradiction. It has become one of the great unassailably American ideas, like democracy, patriotism, the fami.
Cultural democracy is an idea with a fairly long but obscure history, at least in the United States. It was first espoused in the 's and 's by progressive . Regardless of your politics, President Obama’s farewell address was a poignant reminder of the strength of American democracy. It pointed to our need as a nation to vigilantly protect our great system, which as Mr. Obama put it, is in part achieved through solidarity. The idea that "diversity" is one of the country's great strengths is now so firmly rooted that virtually anyone can evoke it, praise it, and wallow in it without fear of contradiction. It has become one of the great unassailably American ideas, like democracy, patriotism, the fami.
Chapters STUDY. "Delete segments of American society are using prejudice and racism to manipulate the thoughts and ideas of minority groups into brainwash them into accepting a position in society" this statement is most consistent with.
Elites control the means of production and also the idea and intellectual activity in the society.