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 @9HB9MBDfrom Nova Scotia answered…7mos7MO

According to me, diversity respects the individual's emotions related to their culture. It allows the exchange of ideas, cultural richness, and mutual respect.

 @9H9QP5Vfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

I believe that it is only right that all humans are treated equally. People shouldn't be judged on uncontrollable parts of themselves such as race and therefore should not be used against anyone because it is simply unfair and reasonable.

 @9HCGMCTfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

I believe that it is only right that all humans are treated equally. People shouldn't be judged on uncontrollable parts of themselves such as race and therefore should not be used against anyone because it is simply unfair and reasonable.

 @9HBC5FTfrom Alberta answered…7mos7MO

I honestly don’t know enough on this topic. Sorry, for the inconvenience.

 @9HB52R5New Democraticfrom Manitoba answered…7mos7MO

There are good parts to it and bad parts to it, as long as it is for the common good it would be fine.

 @9HCGG3TGreenfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

I am sad to see this archaic idea prevail in modern society. It stems out of inadequecy and hate and false power. We must all come together no matter our beliefs.

 @9H89WYKfrom British Columbia answered…7mos7MO

 @9HCM99RPeople’sfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

To preserve a single national culture is to ignore the unique ideals, values and contributions of every culture. Diversity would be lost if all the characteristics of cultures were merged into one.