Posts Tagged: multiculturalism

The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #147: Saadia Faruqi

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“If you can’t really tell the whole story in five thousand words, are you really a writer?”

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We Need Equal Books

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While in one sense the propensity in mainstream discourse to describe racial conflict with words like “tolerance” and “hate”—rather than “power” or “oppression”—has made it possible for greater numbers of people to conceive of how racism affects individuals on a psychological level, a more unsettling consequence of this turn has been that diversity has largely […]

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Anti-Multiculturalism in Europe?

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Western European politics have been taking the anti-multiculturalism route, policies that change the scope of immigration, religious tolerance and cultural diversity. The Boston Review discusses what multiculturalism means is Europe and the three “objects,” or facets that confused in European politics. “Blaming multiculturalism may be politically useful because of its populist appeal, but it is […]

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