Through The Kaleidoscope Analysis

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The article “Through the Kaleidoscope” focuses on various aspects including faith, gender, race, multiculturalism, language and eco-justice, regarding Critical Global Education. I believe language is the most significant barrier. English is known to be a universal language that can be used almost anywhere in the world to communicate at least at a basic level. I think the barrier stems from the notion that individuals who are not very familiar with English, especially in western countries, are viewed as immigrants or foreigners. Along with this social status these individuals are usually avoided to be apart of many organizational processes solely based on their familiarity with English. I think this way of thinking is wrong because different

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