From Pine View Farm

Diversity Training . . . 2

. . . is a training charlatan’s dream.

Diversity, Inc., on the other hand, is a pretty good magazine.

I submit this column for your consideration, especially if you are one of those folks who just don’t get what the fuss over race is all about.



  1. Opie

    June 19, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    Does this publication believe that true diversity means respect for everyone, or do they just have a certain list of favored groups and prefer to demonize certain others? The word "diversity" has been so abused by people who wrap themselves in it that I don’t automatically jump in with everyone that trumpets the cause. Would they automatically assume that white Midwestern males who go to PromiseKeepers events are intolerant by definition?

    To sum it up, do they really hold everyone to the same standards in their everyday lives?

  2. Frank

    June 19, 2008 at 2:17 pm

    Their audience is, of course, minorities.  But I have seen nothing in the magazine that would lead me to think they have lost sight of what "equal rights" means.

    Remember, to understand someone doesn’t necessarily mean to approve.  And I think the column to which I linked can help understanding.