Contemporary Diverse Voices: Study Aid|
For as long as civilization has existed, people have wanted their voices heard. In
ancient Egypt, the Israelites wanted their voices heard so that they could be set
free. During the Enlightenment, Europeans wanted their voices heard so that they
could free themselves from the constraints, such as the church, that kept them "in
the dark." Now, as the world becomes more and more interwoven, people strive to
keep in touch with their roots. More than anything else, they want to share their ...