Sister Shay, I understand everything that you've said. I just want to understand what did
Afro Saxon think any of it had to do with multiculturalism. Multiculturalism is simply a idea that celebrates the distinctive qualities of all cultures while at the same time believing that all of the people who belong to these cultures can harmoniously and equitably relate to one another. It doesn't prevent anyone from celebrating their heritage, cultural identity, or the qualities that are unique to their culture. But thank you for sharing thoughts and point of view.
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Originally posted by Rowe:
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Originally posted by Oshun Auset:
People often get their curiosity satisfied, and never come to any greater cultural understanding.


That can be said about both of the people involved in the intercultural or interracial relationship.


Uhmmm, I was talking about both people... Hence the term 'people'(plural) with absolutely no reference to which race/ethnicity was dating whom.
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Originally posted by Rowe:
Sister Shay, I understand everything that you've said. I just want to understand what did
Afro Saxon think any of it had to do with multiculturalism. Multiculturalism is simply a idea that celebrates the distinctive qualities of all cultures while at the same time believing that all of the people who belong to these cultures can harmoniously and equitably relate to one another. It doesn't prevent anyone from celebrating their heritage, cultural identity, or the qualities that are unique to their culture. But thank you for sharing thoughts and point of view.


Sure, I understand...and you're welcome...

"Wisdom Is A Woman Appreciating!"

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