Essayist D.J. Waldie, describes Los Angeles a number of ways. One way in particular caught my eye... "It's a post-diversity city," he wrote, "where 'diversity' talk is both a sign of Anglo anxiety about the new people living next door and a word of self-congratulation about not being too anxious." In contrast, Santa Monica columnist, Steve....more No comments
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What's in a name? A paradigm by any other name would smell as sweet...FORWARD I was mildly surprised by the notion that anyone could believe “the diversity paradigm” didn’t exist. Ineffective? Probably. Missing in action, maybe. But nonexistent? No such thing? I’d never heard that before. Yet, the provocateurs in the conspiracy of this....
No doubt just as he expected, the remarks of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas created a flurry, contending that the America is "more race and differences-conscious than in the 1960s..." If the Hon. Clarence Thomas is correct, it could be inferred that the Diversity Practitioners and Consultants in America have....more No comments
In a verbal shot heard round the word, United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas shared with students at Palm Beach Atlantic University, “My sadness is that we are probably today more race and difference-conscious than I was in the 1960s when I went to school.” After a half century....more No comments