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Follow the Three-Step Plan and Student Checklist to participate fully in the discussion forum. Step 1: Read the Week 3 Discussion Overview Below Watch the first two (2) minutes of Paul Collier’s TED Talk Video as he discusses the “bottom billion”. In the previous module, you observed Mary and Linda interact with a young man at the community center. It makes you think about how you would have reacted to this man in the same situation. Step 2: Create a New Thread for Your Initial Post by Wednesday at 11:59pm EST Respond to the following prompts in your initial post: 1. Do you believe you would be able to show kindness and compassion to the young man in the community center? Why or why not? 2. Stratification is a system or formation of layers, classes, cultures, or categories. What is the consequence of both social and global stratification? Provide examples to support your answer. 3.
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  • Fall '18
  • Ulysses Alexander
  • English-language films, Thought, community center, following prompts, Paul Collier

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