ELSEWHERE: Diversity’s Role in Helping Minorities Flourish

ELSEWHERE: Diversity’s Role in Helping Minorities Flourish October 15, 2013

In a recent post at the Reformed African American Network, Anthony Bradley addresses what he calls “a pervasive misunderstanding” of diversity: its presence doesn’t automatically help blacks flourish, and its lack doesn’t automatically harm minorities. Discrimination and inequality are the problem, not necessarily segregation. “Race,” he writes, “is not nearly as helpful of a category as progressives want us to believe in our efforts to evaluate what constitutes flourishing.”


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