diversity

  1. Zhopa

    Against All Odds

    "Against All Odds" is notionally about Walter Tull, a black (well, half-black) footballer who was killed in action on the Western Front in March 1918. I say "notionally" because Tull's biography only takes up a small proportion of the book - in fact, he's dead by page 47 out of 123, and much of...
  2. Electromagnetic

    Enclaves: Multiculturalism and Identity vs Diversity

    There are many artificial divisions in society and these are reinforced by encouraging multiculturalism and a multitude of niche identities. Often, the term multiculturalism is used without realising it's connotations on what has hitherto been a diverse society, one in which citizens generally...

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