• Multiculturalism a significant role in society

    Multiculturalism correlates to diversity, culture , identity and cultural claims. Multiculturalism plays a part in political views and stances in society. Antiracism and multiculturalism are distinct but related ideas as well. Historically multiculturalism holds a significance and has held a relationship with many issues and conflicts in society. People endure and suffer from marginalized cultural and group identies. With all the factors that multiculturalism plays in society students should be educated on it. Students learn about history and politics in school, and multiculturalism holds a historical and political value.

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  • Knowledge is key

    Schools need to teach multiculturalism so teachers and students can learn about other countries and their history, so they don't become bias on their style and features. Students will also get to see what kinds of life styles their friends of other races lived like, we have all year to learn about american history and 1 month to learn about black history but what about everyone else? Asains, Hispanics, Japanese, Irish and so many others may feel left out on learning their own cultures because they are so busy with american history, we all live in harmony [so far] but it may soon break away if this becomes a large enough problem.

  • Some student want to know where they came from and connected

    Yes teachers should be able to because its not just all about the white people back in the day and kids want to relate back to that and some student are well rounded when they have diverse learning and some student want to learn different culture out side of them and they don't get to learn what what need to be taught.

  • Schools should teach multiculturalism.

    Our world is getting smaller every day, and it's important for children to understand all the different cultures in our world. By learning about different cultures, children will be able to function better in different environments. Education about different cultures will also help to stem racism and bigotry in future generations.

  • Multiculturalism Should Be Taught

    Schools should teach multiculturalism because students live in a multicultural world and will most like have jobs that are in multicultural environments. Why wouldn't we want to teach young people that different cultures can live together peacefully? Students have to practice this at school and should respect one another as individuals and as members of communities.

  • It depends on what you mean

    If you simply mean being taught about other cultures, then that's OK. However, if you mean the immigration system, then no, because in a lot of countries, it's failed, Just look at the terrorist attacks and rape cases that have happened in a lot of European countries because of Islamic immigration. So overall, it depends on what you mean by multiculturalism.

  • Multiculturalism = Segregation

    There are two types of Multiculturalism in this context. Global Multiculturalism and national/community Multiculturalism. Teaching about China's culture for instance, is fine. It is part of breaking down barriers and providing understanding. However, Multiculturalism is fundamentally flawed when it comes to an internal scale. It harbours an 'us and them' mentality. It outright encourages ghettos to form. Instead of being branded as and 'American', or a 'Briton/British' or a 'New Zealander/Kiwi', you are categorised by your ethnicity. Even if you WANT to be an American, you will still be patronised. You may have never even been to Pakistan, yet you will still be called Pakistani. It can even be insulting, It makes you feel like a foreigner, even if you were born in your home country.

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