Posts Tagged: interculturalism

What does Mesolithic man, who had blue eyes and was dark-skinned, reveal about our European ethnicity?

Our obsession with ethnicity or race is always exposed when our myths and cultural wise tales are exposed by science. DNA taken from a molar of a European hunter-gatherer, who lived around 7,000 years ago, showed the Mesolithic man to have blue eyes, black or brown hair and dark skin, according to the Guardian. Read full

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Second-generation Finns: Revealing society’s ignorance and arrogance

If we look at the ongoing one-sided debate on immigration, immigrants and Finland’s ever-growing cultural diversity, one matter is for certain: It does not help dispel prejudices that encourage racism and social exclusion.  While I am certain that most Finns are willing to make immigration and cultural diversity work, it is a totally different question

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