Capstone Checkpoint

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Running head: CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT 1 Capstone Checkpoint Angel Bingham ETH 125 June 9, 2011 Thomas Messer
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CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT 2 Capstone Checkpoint The United States population has mutated into a melting pot of people from various ethnic backgrounds. Once I realized the differences in the definition of the word race and ethnicity, I was better equipped to interact with varying cultural differences. Race is defined as how humans are classified and ethnicity refers to how people relate to one another through their customs and heritage. An example would be a person (with dark skin) whose skin color classifies them under the race of Black or African American. However, their true ethnicity is Dominican. Some people cannot accept a dark skinned person as a Hispanic instead of belonging to the race of African American. Cultural history reveals massive amounts of relevant information, which has contributed to major changes in today’s history. I do not think I would have succeeded in a time when
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