Category Archives: Diversity

The Golden Rail of Diversity

The Golden Rail of Diversity: I think it’s a very clever quote “riding the Golden Rail of diversity” and I like it but to say that somebody has opportunities or advantages because of their diversity can imply that one is … Continue reading

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Losing My Identity

I cannot pretend that just because I was born there and have ancestry there (unlike so many Americans with their kilts, dashikis, agbadas, turbins, burkas, hijabs, ushankas, saris, or regalias who “pretend” to be something other than American) despite the fact that I was born German, my mother was from Germany, I have a German government birth certificate (as well as an American birth certificate) I don’t try to force my “German culture” down the throats of Americans. Continue reading

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