Another criticism of Kymlicka's communitarianism:
The devolution of responsibility of the public society to its
"subsets" which are cultural communities, to integrate individuals
experiencing cultural alienation or in need of cultural choices. In
other words: the society doesn't integrate individuals, "communities"
do; the society doesn't integrate individuals, it only integrates
"communities". Through such communal devolution, the society actually
devests of itself the direct responsibility to rein in racism
assaulting HUMAN dignity (not just "group dignity"), to provide equal
opportunities and cultural fulfillment for individuals. And then, the
discourses concerning anti-racism and egalitarianism is directed
exclusively toward the preservation of group dignity, group integrity,
group autonomy and inter-group harmony.