Cultural Diversity and Community

Cultural Diversity and Community

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Cultural Diversity and Community 1 Cultural Diversity and Community Andrea Lampkin Axia College of University of Phoenix Michelle R. Ward ETH/125- Cultural Diversity 4/3/2011
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Cultural Diversity and Community 2 Atlanta, Georgia is the most diverse city and I think has the second largest population next to Los Angles California. Atlanta which is very known for its civil rights movement and the racial city of the South has come a long, long ways for minorities. There’s nothing new or unusual for the Atlanta police officers to stop any group of minorities, which in particular are the Hispanics and African Americans for no apparent reason at all especially if they’re in a particular neighborhood. I can remember I went to visit one of my co-workers and when I arrived at her wasn’t there but she was just a few minutes away, so I decided to wait in front of her home. I may have been there about two or three minutes, while waiting two police officers arrived and begin to question me and were very rude also, they wanted to know what
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