Race in your - Race in your Community University of Phoenix Ethics 125 Rebecca McDaniel I n the community of Hutchinson Kansas each race brings

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In the community of Hutchinson, Kansas each race brings their own separate and unique culture. This creates a harmonious and blended melting pot. The members of the white community are the largest race. The white population within my community is figured at roughly 89% (U.S. Census 2008). The Hispanic population totals about 5 % of the community’s population. The African American population has grown from the roughly 1% in 1999, to the current 4% in 2009. This is a very small number to represent the growth for a total of 10 years. I am not entirely sure why this number has not risen, because the community I live in does not have many problems with racism or discrimination. I am white, and am a part of the white population group within the community of Hutchinson, Kansas. There are no two unrelated individuals who look identical to each other. There are many factors which play a hand in how a person looks. Those differentiating factors aside we are all the same. Allow me to elaborate. We are all capable
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course AXIA COLLE All taught by Professor Unk during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Race in your - Race in your Community University of Phoenix Ethics 125 Rebecca McDaniel I n the community of Hutchinson Kansas each race brings

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