Living with Our Differences   /   Spring 2001   /    Introduction

Living with Our Differences

From the Editors

Is there really anything more to say about diversity? We all maintain that diversity is a good thing and that America is enriched by the many different kinds of people living within our borders. We also agree that people should not be discriminated against on the basis of their gender, race, religion, ethnic group, class, sexual orientation, or any other identifying marker. Why, then, focus an entire issue of The Hedgehog Review on diversity? The issue is a well-trod path—why go down it again?

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