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Racial and cultural diversity: what connects us? - Program 109
Guests: Pierre Pradervand, Lorita B. Williams, Ricardo Saldivar, Toshi Morikawa, Karen Laing, Ethel Baker
Social historians, demographers, and others who study the movements of society, are watching with fascination the changing face of communities—for example in the US, where a wave of immigration is sweeping the country. People in all parts of the world talk about the wonderful merits of an ethnically and culturally diverse neighborhood or workplace, while others might see it as an imbalance that could make an individual or group feel displaced or powerless.
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