Martin Luther King led the Civil rights movement in the USA.
Migrants bring their own culture with them making the society heterogeneous.
Partition of India and the disintegration of Yugoslavia are the examples that political competition along religious and ethnic lines can lead to disintegration.
Two persons may belong to the same community, but one person may be rich and the other person may be poor. They belong to the same community but not to the same social group.
Birth is the main cause for social differences. There may be many drawbacks in it, as one cannot change this. We belong to a community simply because we were born into it. We experience the social differences based on accident of birth in our everyday lives.
Social differences exist due to gender differences; physical attributes and due to different physical abilities or disabilities.
A few differences are based on our choices. Education, profession and economic standards also create social difference. All these lead to formation of social groups that are based on individual choices.
The first and foremost factor is for people to see their identities as multiple and complementary to the national identity. This helps them to stay together. People in our country should think of themselves as Indian as well as belonging to a state or a language group or a social or religious community.
The second factor depends on how political leaders raise the demands of any community. The demands should be within the constitutional framework and not at the cost of another community.
The third factor depends on how the demands of different groups are met by the government. The demands of minority community should also be and the rulers should be willing to share power.
Political expression of social divisions can be healthy and is very normal in a democracy. This proves as a bridge of understanding between various disadvantaged and marginal social groups, as it allows expressing their grievances and getting the government to attend those aspects at the earliest.
When one social group expresses itself, it challenges the other groups to do the same. Democracy is strengthened by this .
But a positive attitude towards diversity and a willingness to accommodate does not come about easily. People who feel segregated must fight this. This fight should take the democratic path, and the people should voice their demands in a peaceful and constitutional manner and seek a fair position through elections.