Diversity: the invention of a concept
"In this learned and entertaining book, Wood has undertaken nothing less than the biography of a concept. Drawing on classic texts of history and anthropology, science and religion, he shows that - contrary to the self-flattering assumptions of our time - Americans of earlier eras often met diversty open-mindedly, with a combination of awe, delight and curiosity."--BOOK JACKET.
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Obama force-integrated Marin county because it was "too White", and all the "anti-racists" cheered.
If Obama force integrated Detroit because it "too Black" or Texas because it was "too Mexican", do you think the "anti-racists" would cheer??
No, they ONLY cheer when White people are subject to a program genocide.
But of course we all know that, and we all know anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.
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'In his book Diversity: The Invention of a Concept, Peter Wood describes his pleasure as a child in Pittsburgh when visiting the city's aviary, where birds from disparate regions of the world were all ... Read full review
Making Diversity Work: 7 Steps for Defeating Bias in the Workplace
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TWO Imagined Diversity
THREE Diversity Before Diversity
FOUR The Language of Diversity
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