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The following selected literature review is provided to reflect knowledge bases pertaining to Diversity Literacy with the intent to foster ongoing discussion, study and research on the dynamic and complex dimensions of Diversity and its Threads. Bibliographies can provide validity, affirmation and ongoing critical examination of language, concepts, context and currentness.

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