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Community, Unity, Identity, Multiplicity, and Diversity: Are They Compatible?
Journal of Thought
Journal of Thought, Spring-Summer 2009 Delivered in Philadelphia during the United States' 2008 presidential campaign, the then presidential nominee, Barack Obama's history-making Race and Unity Speech 1 encapsulated a social and spiritual paradox that is, ironically, sometimes forgotten within academic arenas. Referring to his own family's diverse origins and experiences, he noted the reality that "this nation is more than the sum of its parts-that out of many, we are truly one." The idea thatdoi:10.2307/jthought.44.1-2.3 fatcat:7wj5u5ch3fb3bncnlvhram7cxa