Beware the side-effects of cultural sensitivity, it can provide ammunition for Trump-types

Cultural sensitivity is not a well-defined set of rules. It is our willingness to learn from each other and apply the results to our daily lives. If we do a better job explaining this, Donald Trump will soon be back to constructing buildings, not walls.

Immigration Minister John McCallum was right when, reacting to an auditor general's report, he admitted there were problems with immigration fraud but warned not to interpret this as an indictment against Immigration and immigrants, writes Angelo Persichilli. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Monday, June 20, 2016 12:00 AM

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