How to Fight Xenophobia by Learning more Languages

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4 Responses

  1. AYEINA says:

    I tried to copy the lines that I absokutely love, to paste here – Until I copied way too many lines…
    Loved how you tackled a very difficult topic in a very smooth manner. Diversity is what makes our world so beautiful. It would be a shame if all looked, cooked, ate, wore, acted and spoke the same way. We’d be bored of this life in no time!

    • Aysh Siddiqua says:

      Thank you! I love your words: it would be a shame if all looked, cooked, ate, wore, acted and spoke the same way. We’d be bored of this life in no time!

      Yes!!

  2. Couldn’t agree more. I recently argued that dual language schools can go a long way in inoculating children against xenophobia (see http://potowski.org/tucson_letters).

  3. Sara says:

    Great article! Hearing another language should be exciting and fun. I like the idea of teaching tolerance in different ways.