As an Algerian girl who came to France some twenty years ago, I have always enjoyed the traditional dishes of my mother as well as the French gastronomy. As a result, I have become a real “foodie”.
There is a serious question about how to measure diversity in a country where every citizen is presumed equal and there are no official statistics based on race, religion or ethnicity. A goal cannot be called a “quota,” which has an odor of the United States and affirmative action. Instead, there is the presumption here that poorer citizens will be more diverse, containing a much larger percentage of Muslims, blacks and second-generation immigrants.
In the districts of the north east of the capital, July is also the month when some associations display the different projects they have been working on since the beginning of the year.