REflection 7

REflection 7 - Reading Reflection #7 Elliot Waniek Of all...

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Reading Reflection #7 Elliot Waniek Of all the UC campuses, UC Santa Barbara would most likely have the least amount of racial diversity among students. Every so often, when I tell people I go to UC Santa Barbara, they exclaim “Oh, that’s just like Orange County, everyone is tan and blonde.” Although that may not be the case, most of the students I had met were all from California and were white. I was never truly concerned about the diversity on our campus because I saw many different racially skin toned people on campus, which made me think that our student population had a good balance between many of the different racial groups in the world. However, when I looked at the statistics of the UCSB population, it made me think twice about our campuses mixture of students, as there are only 600 black students on campus. To me, I feel that our generation is generally much more accepting than older adults who preach about accepting diversity. I would
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