What exactly is multiculturalism?

Wong, Shawn
May 1993
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun93, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p25
Focuses on the development of multicultural curriculum as the closest approximation to the truth and the reality of the American society, developed by the author. Definition of multiculturalism; Two volume anthology of American multicultural literature coedited by the author; Reactions of the author in the autobiographical book entitled `American in disguise,' by Daniel I. Okimoto.


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