When there is diversity, there is variety. Often this word is used to indicate differences in race, social class or gender. To have diversity, there needs to be a mixture of everything you are talking about.
No matter what kind of diversity you are talking about, there has to be a real mix, like in a box of colored crayons. The differences between individuals, for example, are what make the world heterogeneous and interesting, although sometimes it can be frightening because what is not similar to us is often unknown to us. Throughout its history, the United States has been the destination of many migrations from the countries of what was called the Old Continent and beyond. Over the years, various migratory flows have brought people of different origins, traditions, cultures and ways of thinking to these territories. Throughout its history, the United States has been the destination of many migrations from the countries of what was called the Old Continent and beyond. Over the years, various migratory flows have brought people of different origins, traditions, cultures and ways of thinking to these territories. This has meant addressing the question of how all these people can be together in the same space sharing the same geographic with their different habits and traditions. It was, in fact, a legitimate and evident discrimination in any public place and it continued to exist until beyond the mid-twentieth century.
It was 1963 when Martin Luther King delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech in the wake of the civil rights movement, in search of formal and substantial equality between African Americans and whites.There is in america a world, a world to discover made up of different colors, cultures and religions. We find the totality: having fighted for equality, the evolution between past and present and the still continuous struggle for our ideals.
“Only if we can see the universe as a whole in which each part reflects the totality and in which the great beauty lies in its diversity, will we begin to understand who we are and where we are.” – Tiziano Terzani
About Alessandra Caroselli
Alessandra Caroselli, born in Rossano (Cs) on 06/04/83. He has always had an affinity with drawing first, and photography afterwards.
In fact, drawing was his main form of expression as he started speaking later than his peers. Over time he began to become passionate about photography, which from photo-handwriting means writing with light. He began by photographing mainly during travels: monuments, cities, landscapes … then he began to “see” other things, everything that was behind the lens, everything that is obscured by what can be, for example, a square or a monument . Scenes of daily life where you can grasp more meanings of life, of a culture, of a tradition and also capture the emotions of happiness, anger, sadness, love …. Photography confers a kind of immortality that makes you not only look at the world, but also see it; because in the end, in these moments, if you are lucky, they allow you to glimpse the soul of people, animals, the world and, perhaps, your own soul. In fact, there are other subjects photographed such as a sunset, a sunrise, a park, a wheat field where, however, those emotions captured are those of the one who is behind the lens. Initially for the photos he used compact cameras or smartphones, he would have liked to buy a reflex but honestly he did not think it useful to use it in automatic mode, it would have made no sense even in terms of quality. In 2013 he learned of an amateur photography course promoted by the Filo Rosso association at the University of Calabria and so he finally signed up and bought his SLR. The course is basic level, in which the use of ISO, aperture, shutter speeds are explained … a truly beautiful and exciting experience for you. Later he would have liked to follow other courses, but due to a concomitance of events there was no possibility, and he continued self-taught. The desire to photograph for her has the same meaning given to it by Jean Baudrillard, who asserted:
“The desire to photograph perhaps arises from this observation: seen from an overall perspective, from the point of view of meaning, the world is very disappointing. Observed in detail, and surprisingly, it is always perfectly evident.”