Evan SabatoProfessor H. BooneAtlantic Cape Community College
“Pluralism” which are (groups co-exist in relative harmony, with no attempt to dominate).A metaphor that would suit this well would be a baseball team. Within a team sport, the athletesare put together to accomplish teamwork with the same goal: to win a championship. Likepluralism, a baseball team comes together with no specific one person being the dominant playerwith the motivation to take over. Rather, they are put in the position to help each other flourish.“Segregation” is (the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other
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