Should America Seek Assimilation Of Cultures Or Embrace Multiculturalism? Essay

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Should America seek assimilation of cultures or embrace multiculturalism? “Cultural differences should not separate us from each other, but rather cultural diversity brings a collective strength that can benefit all of humanity.” Also: “Intercultural dialogue is the best guarantee of a more peaceful, just and sustainable world.” Robert Alan (American writer, artist and social activist; 1922-1978) Multiculturalism phenomenon is inherent in human society since the man known commodity exchange, private property and the state. The cultural, ethnic and religious distinctions imposed by any of the distinctions in the political visions and attitudes are distinctions inherent to the nature of human society itself. Multiculturalism approve to the world of diverse and different, and became one of contemporary life mechanism constants, and how to deal and interact with them would lead one way or another, to develop self-ownership, respect, tolerance, and flexibility in our dialogue and coexistence with the other. In multiculturalism is noticed the differences in cultural identities, economic programs, religious beliefs, ethnic communities, and political systems etc... It is no longer a sufficient diagnosis of multiculturalism, but rather how to practically embody as a reality presently, as it was in the past and will be in the future. Differences or multiculturalism doesn 't mean signs of failure, error indications, or inability to reach the same answer, as some believe. The
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