Team Diversity Action Plan Outline

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Diversity Plan Diversity Action Plan Outline Brooke A. Sandage; Avis McNeal; LaShande Jules; Botayah Walden SOC 315 Dr. Medeiros October 19, 2009 1
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Diversity Plan Diversity Plan Outline I. The American Red Cross has a strong commitment and has long embraced diversity. They ensure human resources, programs and services that reflect the diversity of the community in which it serves. II. The History of the American Red Cross A. Founded in 1881 by Clarissa Harlowe Barton also known as Clara Barton as the Angel of the Battlefield. B. Purpose of the American Red Cross 1. To Bring food supplies to troops 2. Medical support 3. Clothing 4. Personal Support a. read to soldiers b. wrote letters to troops’ families c. prayed for troops d. listened to personal problems 5. To find missing soldiers C. International Committee of the Red Cross 1. Founded in 1864 a. Originated from: Geneva Treaty, the Red Cross Treaty, and the Geneva Convention b. Adopted by 12 European Nations c. To adopt an international emblem; white cross on a red field D. Purpose 1. To protect the sick and wounded during wartime without respect to nationality 2. For the formation of national societies to give aid voluntarily on a neutral basis 3. They meet every 4 to 6 years 2
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Diversity Plan a. review activities and operation of the Conventions b. consider and adopt new revisions of the Conventions E. Mission and increase population 1. To assists those that fought in the Spain-American War of 1898 2. April 6, 1917, there was an extraordinary growth in volunteers when the U.S.
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