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Do you feel diversity is important or unimportant? Why?
Diversity is important because it provides our society and culture with unique and inspirational perspectives. Diversity can create new ideas and changes that can be beneficial to a society, or even the world.
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Weegy: Diversity is important because it provides our society and culture with unique and inspirational perspectives. Diversity can create new ideas and changes that can be beneficial to a society, or even the world.
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Your weegy expert here feels diversity is important in today's time , it is because With the world becoming more and more global, one will obviously wonder whether globalization is a boon or a bane? Well, it is to be understood that no matter what, it will become more and more diverse and nothing is going to stop the world from becoming a melting pot of cultures and different diversities. So instead of it being a negative thing, diversity helps to bring a positive reform in society.
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