Teaching Children To Accept Others

(StatePoint) The world is changing and parents need to make sure their children are prepared to succeed in an increasingly globalized economy, say experts.

The United States is often regarded as a melting pot, a place for people of different backgrounds to come together and ultimately grow alike. But the truth is that from language to food to religious practice, unique cultural traditions are all around us.

“We must not try to erase differences but rather respect them, even celebrate them,” says Rajiv Malhotra, author of the new book, “Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism” (HarperCollins Publishers).

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