ETH 125 FINAL QUESTION - minority group in the United...

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Brittanee Bernal ETH/ 125 Capstone Checkpoint There are many things that have sculpted my thoughts on different cultures, ethnicities and races. There are so many different categories and characteristics of ethnicities and races. It was interesting to learn and discover the many differences between all the groups of immigrants and other groups that reside in the United States. I have come to better understanding of all the trials and tribulations that all races and groups of people face with discrimination. I did not discover many things about my culture, but I learned many things about my husband’s culture and his background. I discovered the hardships his family faced with migration to the United States. I also learned that sometimes Latinos are categorized in the same group even thought there are many differences between each group. Hispanic groups hold the highest population for a
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Unformatted text preview: minority group in the United States. It is predicted for the future that the population of minority groups will continue on a large growth spurt. It is also predicted that minority groups will overtake the non Hispanic white group. By the year 2050 the Census Bureau is estimating 18 million more minorities than non minorities. This change will greatly affect the United States. It will be a positive effect and also a negative one at the same time. Americans will have to learn and grow with the differences and become more tolerant of our continually changing community. The culture will shift dramatically and for some people they will not be prepared for the swift change. The best way for our country to be prepared for this growth is by becoming educated....
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2010 for the course ETH 125 ETH/125 taught by Professor N.a. during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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