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1) Describe, define and explain the significance of the following in understanding cultural diversity in America using specific examples and illustration from course materials: Ethnocentrism Stone Mountain Park Kwanzaa Race 2) What accounts for a person joining a “hate group”? Describe the typical profile of someone who would be most likely to join a hate group? 3) Discuss the cultural differences David Duke describes between African Americans and Western European cultures? According to Duke can different ethic and racial groups live civilly and harmoniously together? Why or why not? What is your own perspective? Explain. 4) Using material from interviews and your own research, what kinds of action can each of us take to improve cultural and intergroup relations in our communities and
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Unformatted text preview: neighborhoods? 5) Choose any two readings-essays on any topic in the course reader- not previously written about in an earlier exam- and present the central thesis of the essay and show how the essay explains and illustrates the nature of diversity. Be specific and demonstrate the insights into the essay and topic. Be certain to list the title and author of the essay. 1. What were the provisions of Lincoln's Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction? 2. In what ways did Johnson's struggles as a young man influence his character? What was Andrew Johnson's position on slavery? 3. What were the Black Codes? Which of the Codes angered northern liberals the most? 4. What were the factors that led to Johnson's impeachment? 5. What was the meaning of "waving the bloody shirt"?...
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