Capstone Checkpoint - Asian, or Black. To prepare for the...

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Capstone Checkpoint I have a better understanding of what African American leaders and individuals had to endure to become successful in the civil rights and black power movements. I have also learned about how orientalism causes confusion, animosity, and instigates hostility, and tension between the American people and Muslim/Arab Americans. I learned more about the European Americans and how they condoned and practiced they inhumane treatment of people from different races and ethnicity. The United States population is experiencing dramatic racial and ethnic changes. California has changed the most. Over the next eight years Latinos and Asians population will make up half of the state’s population. Whites will be one third of the population. Two out three Californians will be Latin,
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Unformatted text preview: Asian, or Black. To prepare for the changes in race and ethnicity of its current and future citizens the United States must embrace diversity. To adapt to the change of race and ethnicity the United States should also focus on changing our school curriculum to a multicultural curriculum to fit the needs of our diverse nation and to ensure future generations receive a proper education. Positive sides to this change will be ethnic minorities will have a sense of inclusive in history, and a significant decreases in stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, and racism in the United States as a result from teaching our children at a young age about other races and ethnicities....
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course ETH 125, S ETH, SCI taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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