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eth 125 capstone checkpoint - The only thing that can be...

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What helped with understanding race, culture, and ethnicity better is the information obtained on all cultures had to endure and preserved through in order to claim our citizenship and equality in the American population. Within this course learning about different races has help me to find common ground with me as a Caucasian and a African American who do not appear to be similar have a common bond that’s good for endurance, pride, and survival. Being part Dutch, Irish, German, partial Indian on the maternal side and Belgian on the paternal side I am going to say that learning the history of my culture and how it played an intricate part of what the America is today. My cultures contribution to the American economy came from hard labor, menial jobs and later government influence. Immigration will continue to trend well into 2050 and beyond that in the United States.
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Unformatted text preview: The only thing that can be hoped for is the faces of American Society changes and America will find the way to de-colorize our outlook on humanity. Helping us to come together as people and unified with respect for all humanity. The changes that America will face in dealing with race, culture, and ethnicity and the best way our country can prepare is by teaching acceptance and celebration of all life for our children. In the future in my opinion not only should American History be taught in class rooms, but turning to the future leaders of the world. When children are young and still forming opinions about life and other people with whom they will share the planet with; getting the children involved with the awe inspiring aspects of other cultures and allowing the kids to find similarities, rather than differences....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Abbasi during the Spring '11 term at American Jewish University.

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