by Kevin Healey
I live in Toronto a city where, more than other places I’ve lived in or visited, it is easier to see what “diversity” means, at least at one level.
For example, according to information reported on the City of Toronto website:
- Half of all those living here were born in another country;
- 47% of Torontonians report themselves as belonging to a visible minority.
Not that by any means things here are all sorted, not at all, just that this is a place where there is more diversity than most and where there exists at least some degree of acceptance that diversity is a good thing.
Still, here too there are undoubtedly many people, and many groups still waiting, demanding and “fighting to be included in the idea…
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