Definition of multiculturalism
Words nearby multiculturalism
How to use multiculturalism in a sentence
While those who preach multiculturalism and diversity should welcome an influx of immigrants, people resettling en masse during the pandemic are causing huge infrastructure problems for the most popular destinations.
A bilingual speaker in an environment that celebrates multiculturalism will likely have a vastly different outlook from one in a marginalized community, where the authorities fail to support education and expression.Learning a second language early might have ripple effects throughout your life|Rahul Rao|February 9, 2021|Popular-Science
If Republicans like Mike Pompeo think that multiculturalism is antithetical to American values, then compromise would likely exclude or disadvantage people of color.
Bork attacked multiculturalism and the focus on ‘allegedly’ oppressed minorities.Speed Read: Best Bits From Robert Bork’s ‘Slouching Towards Gomorrah’|Michael Moynihan|December 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is the maturing of British multiculturalism that has made the phenomenon of Laura Johnson, gang chauffeur, possible.Laura Johnson, London’s Poor Little Rich Rioter, Awaits Sentencing|Peter Popham|April 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Especially not a country like India, which must come to terms both with its multiculturalism and its caste and religious mix.Jaipur Saga Bigger Than Assassination Threats Against Salman Rushdie|Suhel Seth|January 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Multiculturalism and political correctness have long been favorite bugaboos of hers.
He viciously opposes politicians he believes have encouraged multiculturalism.
The identity urge expressed in the multiculturalism trend of our days will find in the past its most unreliable arguments.
Multiculturalism, criticism of tradition, and freedom from the pressure of competition are among the recommendations they make.
British Dictionary definitions for multiculturalism
Derived forms of multiculturalismmulticulturalist, adjective, noun
Cultural definitions for multiculturalism
The view that the various cultures in a society merit equal respect and scholarly interest. It became a significant force in American society in the 1970s and 1980s as African-Americans, Latinos, and other ethnic groups explored their own history.