In the news: Little Mosque’s vision of multiculturalism

From Helgi Eyford of the Calgary Herald:

  • We become what we behold
    “The CBC television drama, Little Mosque on the Prairie, is a great case in point. It paints a picture of a community where people from different backgrounds deal with problems and, in the process, model a version of multiculturalism that is Canada’s greatest achievement as a nation.” Read more.

One thought on “In the news: Little Mosque’s vision of multiculturalism”

  1. That’s why the show sucks so much and nobody watches it. Multiculturalism is elitist entity and nothing more.

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