Checkpoint week 5 ETH 125

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Running head: WEEK 5 CHECKPOINT 1 Week 5 Checkpoint Mesheka Johnson ETH 125 May/12/2011 SUZANNE STRULOWITZ
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WEEK 5 CHECKPOINT 2 Week 5 Checkpoint There are many differences between Muslims and Arabs. Muslims are an individual who accepts the Islamic religion, whereas an Arab is a type of ethnicity or nationality. Secondly, Muslims can use different languages because they come from all over the world mainly Asia. On the other hand; Arabs primarily speak the Arabic language and originate from the Middle East like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, and Syria. Nothing has changed in the United States concerning the treatment of Muslims or Arabic members of society. Things have only gotten worse for them they are all put into one category and all looked upon negatively as the enemy of the state. From what I have read the FBI can use race as a reason to open an investigation without any real apparent reason. Some characteristics of Orientals are that there inferior to everyone else, and their
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Unformatted text preview: believed to be weak and that they want to be conquered. Orientals are looked at as they cannot fend for themselves in anyway. One way individuals can promote tolerance and reduce prejudice within their towns and cities is thru teaching children. Teaching children just because someone is black, white, Mexican, and anyone else does not mean they are lower, less educated or bad in general. This is a way to stop prejudice; to teach children that there are bad people in every race and that one bad person does not define of make up the entire race. I say children because there our future and children can change the prejudice a society. Plus, they are more willing to listen and learn not just judge like many adults do it is hard to change an adults mind. Because they have lived believing something about a certain race or religion for many years, but children are still willing to listen and learn in my opinion....
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