Discomfort With Multiculturalism Linked to Despair
New research points to a possible precursor to America's suicide and opioid epidemics.
The Environmental Case for Multiculturalism: What We Can Learn From 18th-Century America
Working toward a shared goal can help bond ethnic cultures together.
Research Suggests Exposure to Multiculturalism Prompts People to Inflate the Importance of Race
A new study finds promoting the philosophy can solidify the belief there are deep-seated, unalterable differences between races.
Why We Keep Failing to Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Startling new research suggests that conservative opposition to immigration reform may have nothing to do with what’s presented in any legislative bill, but rather how small differences in the way we think about multiculturalism can alter broad attitudes.
New Directions in Diversity — Toward Social Justice for All
The way Americans often squirm when terms like race and diversity are introduced suggests that even many best-intentioned approaches to these defining issues are all wrong.
Sparking Creativity Via Multiculturalism, Thinking Like a Child
Newly published research describes two innovative methods to inspire creativity: Compare and contrast different cultures, or think of yourself as a 7-year-old.