The Maine Campus
African-Americans, women, and Native Americans all living together in an inclusive society, contributing to each other's knowledge of their individual cultures and diversity. This is pluralism, just one way of dealing with the diversity which is present in virtually every campus across the nation.
Social Justice_Maine Campus_vol_109_no_34_p_3-1991-12-09
Thiede, Kurt, "Universities trying to deal with diversity in populations" (1991). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 655.
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