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Diversity-Threads.com focuses on the critical examination of past and present dimensions of Diversity.

A major goal is to provide knowledge bases  leading to diversity literacy as it applies to the
authentication and amplification of the founding American  principles of democracy, inclusivity, justice,
inalienable rights, rule of law, equity, quality of life, opportunities of worth and citizenship.
The Website and Podcasts provide critical lenses in order to explore the intersectionalities and interconnected relationships of the
complex layers of diversity that can lead to civil discourse on diversity without reluctance or fear.

“There is no time for despair,
no place for self-pity,
no need for silence, no room for fear.
We speak, we write, we do language.
That is how civilizations heal.” – Toni Morrison

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Autocracy or Democracy~Time to Choose Part 1 of 4
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Autocracy or Democracy~Time to Choose Part 1 of 4

Autocracy or Democracy ~ Time to Choose . . . each time we vote.

Part 1 Provides the history and 20 major traits of an autocrat and autocracy and its ominous threat to American Democracy.
 
Part 2 Provides references focusing on the evolution of autocrats, regional autocracies, loss of identity as a grievance and how to mentor and defend Democracy.

Part 3: Deals with validating the truth versus conspiracy theories, hate metaphors, misinformation, radical acceptance of truth and the multigenerational trauma an autocracy leaves behind.

Part 4: Deals with the role of education in a democracy, marginally educated citizens, opportunities of worth, “Me Monster” narcissism, geopolitical implications and keeping democracy alive. 

Autocracy or Democracy~Time to Choose Part 2 of 4
Truth Serum

Autocracy or Democracy~Time to Choose Part 2 of 4

Autocracy or Democracy ~ Time to Choose . . . each time we vote.

Part 1 Provides the history and 20 major traits of an autocrat and autocracy and its ominous threat to American Democracy.
 
Part 2 Provides references focusing on the evolution of autocrats, regional autocracies, loss of identity as a grievance and how to mentor and defend Democracy.

Part 3: Deals with validating the truth versus conspiracy theories, hate metaphors, misinformation, radical acceptance of truth and the multigenerational trauma an autocracy leaves behind.

Part 4: Deals with the role of education in a democracy, marginally educated citizens, opportunities of worth, “Me Monster” narcissism, geopolitical implications and keeping democracy alive. 

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