Diversity paper - Kaitlyn Rosa Psychology 113 TA Caron Otto Diversity FD A Multicultural Affair In the past being different was not well accepted

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Kaitlyn Rosa 3/5/08 Psychology 113 TA: Caron Otto Diversity FD A Multicultural Affair: In the past being different was not well accepted, people who were different were considered strange or weird but, over decades people such as Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks have changed the views of millions of people. Of course there are many groups who were discriminated against for being different, having different values, languages, religions and skin color. During the month of February since 1926 people all across the United States have celebrated Black History month. The diversity event that I went to was here in on campus, the event was held at the Memorial Union in honor of Black History month. This event was sponsored by Uhuru Sasa an organization with a mission statement to “Establish and maintain the cultural, social and educational enrichment of all people who work and study at the University and Community. It is Uhuru Sasa’s intention to accomplish this through the pursuit of educational, historical, literary and artistic functions”. The event was an opportunity to experience the cultural aspects of African American
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 143 taught by Professor Womer during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Diversity paper - Kaitlyn Rosa Psychology 113 TA Caron Otto Diversity FD A Multicultural Affair In the past being different was not well accepted

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