Capstone CheckPoint

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Running head: CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT 1 Capstone CheckPoint James A. Overstreet, Jr. ETH/125 April 28, 2011 Pam Alexandroff
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CAPSTONE CHECKPOINT 2 Capstone CheckPoint What information about race and ethnicity in the United States has helped you better understand or relate to specific minority groups? In week seven of our classes, we studied the Hispanic communities, we have learned a lot about Hispanic Americans and their culture. I can now relate to them a little more on how they live and how they work in America, most of all I learned more on how they come together and raise their families. I use to think that the woman, and the young was lazy but after reading chapter 9 of our text I learned more about Hispanic American than I ever known before. Everyone in the family has a job to do in order for them to have a functional family, things that we may think is abnormal, is normal for them and it allows them to be a productive family for themselves. I was amazed when I learned how they thought it was an insult to them for the
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