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multicultural

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Race relations
multiculturalmul‧ti‧cul‧tur‧al /ˌmʌltiˈkʌltʃərəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  SSRinvolving or including people or ideas from many different countries, races, or religionsmulti-ethnic a multicultural society
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multiculturalThe new Western is also more multicultural.The radio station serves a multicultural community.A first step is to try to raise our own awareness of the issues involved in multicultural education generally.I planned my own units, gave homework, implemented multicultural education.It is crucial that this does not happen with aspects of multicultural mathematics.I thought: we live in a multicultural society, but everything we see is white and stereotyped.Encouraging authors to recognise that they live in a complex, multicultural society is one thing.No other school is more multicultural than Hunter, and the differences are exciting rather than frightening.
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