The Trouble with Diversity
Walter Benn Michaels talked about his book, The Trouble with Diversity: How We Learned to Love Identity and Ignore Inequality, published by Metropolitan Books. He said that America’s love of diversity is widening the gap between rich and poor. He argued that diversity offers a false vision of social justice and that affirmative action, diversity training, and new corporate codes of conduct contribute to the neglect of America’s growing economic divide. The author responded to audience members' questions. close
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