Using student writing from his "Interpersonal Relationships and Race" course Dr. Rupert Nacoste presents North Carolina State University (NCSU) students' voices describing their new... More > awareness and growing understanding of neo-diversity. Neo-diversity is what we live with today; a time and circumstance when for all of us, contact with people who do not look like us happens every day, and is unavoidable. In their own words, NCSU students describe how they have experienced the anxiety of being in interaction with a person who is not like them in some way (by race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation). These students then speak out about how their new understanding of that anxiety has changed them and made them to want to accept the reality of neo-diversity. These students howl that all students at NCSU should learn to interact with people who are not like "you" because that is the only way to make 21st America a good place for everyone to live.
Read this book to hear the new howl of the Wolfpack.< Less