Cultural Awareness in America


Cultural awareness in America, what does that mean?

In what ways, if any, do you think a sense of cultural awareness in America provide hope in the present state of social and economic turmoil?

Where is it and until I see it, I will not believe it. With all the innovation and creativity, how is that helping me? Are prices going down, is there anything readily more available? Are our ethical and moral standards any better? Are we getting closer or more divided?

Cultural awareness in America is a thing of the past. There are so many different cultures and so little understanding in America that we are just one big melting pot, whether we like it or not. The crazy thing about that is we fight against it but somebody keeps opening the gate.

This is why America is going through the social and econmical changes we are today,,,we are encouraged to have the ability to overlook certain aspects of culture. What about Native-American culture, Iam not even sure they like being called Native-Americans? What about remorse for all the cultural damage Americans have caused so far?

The only cultural awareness of any concern in America is The Money Awareness Culture. I think it is that way to help cover all the cultural abuse throughout the history of America, which has contributed to making America a land of fear. There is fierce competition for it and everything is geared around money.

Either you have it or you don't, otherwise nobody is paying you any attention. If you do not have it, how many hoops will you jump through to get it? For that reason, there is no hope for cultural awareness in America. We are too busy trying to become "one people". That is a good thing!

Instead of trying, do it!

(((your inner

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