Capstone - I have also learned a lot about the hard times that my ancestors had to go through with migration segregation and annihilation My

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Before this ethnic class I always thought that I wasn’t racist or prejudice at all, but now I believe almost everyone has a little prejudice or racism in them, even if they don’t think so. With all of the information that I have learned about the different races and ethnicity in the United States and worldwide I have a different outlook on people, and I owe it all to this class. I now know why so many minorities are on the defense in our country. The minorities have had to go down a long hard path to get where they are today, and they have a long road to go to gain the respect of all of the ignorant people out there that don’t want to accept changes. I never knew the difference of all of the different cultures and people that are classified into small groups like the Hispanics and the Asian Americans, they don’t get any respect and I understand how angry they could be, but they deserve credit because most of them don’t hold grudges like the people of the United States do.
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Unformatted text preview: I have also learned a lot about the hard times that my ancestors had to go through with migration, segregation, and annihilation. My ancestors which where the Native Americans had to go through so much to even survive the new people of the United States, and are still mistreated. All of the immigrants that are coming to the United States are changing the way we must go on with things. The number of Hispanics and Asian Americans continue to climb at a ridiculous rate, as so many are trying to come here to better their lives for their families. By 2050 the country always known as the black-and-white country will be over. It is expected in 2050 that minorities will be 49.9 percent of the population of the United States, which will mean that Americans will have to learn to respect each other’s as they are all neighbors. The United States must enforce policies for immigration laws that will require immigrants to go through the proper procedures to become a United States citizen....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Capstone - I have also learned a lot about the hard times that my ancestors had to go through with migration segregation and annihilation My

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