A Wisconsin high school is under fire after a parent accused a diversity class of promoting a critical race theory, alleging that students are being t...
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Diversity and inclusion require commitments to action. They are not passive words to put into mission and values statements, but actions one takes that demonstrate the commitment.
For a rapidly diversifying America, a hidden success story is unfolding in places like Oak Park, Ill., the suburbs of Portland, Ore., and Wake County,...
The past 35 years have witnessed unprecedented human migration all over the world, pointing to an extraordinary dislocation, to untold human tragedy as well as triumph.
America's ability to foster and create webs of interlocking personal relationships among people of many different faiths is the key to solving the puzzle of religious pluralism.
What is required instead of an other is a partner in play. Play requires that the participants remain who they are truly and deeply but also imaginatively engage in the construction of a shared space.
After reviewing a book in which an author mentioned "that goyish holiday" Thanksgiving and then noting that one of my Jewish friends in New York was not celebrating, I took an informal poll.
This Thanksgiving, let us be grateful for the contributions of all America's diverse communities. And let us remember that standing for the logic of pluralism may be America's greatest contribution to the world.
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