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    Diversity is one of the key reasons why the UK has a myriad of solutions for the problems faced by migrants in the country. Policymakers responded with various methods of how to manage diversity which came to be known as multiculturalism (Vertovec, 2007). The ‘Race relations act 1965’ was taken out to promote equality among different ethnic individuals to live in harmony, especially migrant. Discrimination was one of the key problems faced by migrants, and other ethnic minority…

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    Chapter 6- This chapter is about the impact that the Civil Right Movement had on desegregated schools. Discrimination include any distinction, exclusion, limitation on preference which, being based on race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, economic condition or birth, has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing equality of treatment in education (page 114). African and Hispanic have struggle almost half a century to try to…

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    Diversity and Active Learning of My School Life My biggest failure of my life so far is that I entered Shibuya Makuhari junior and senior high school. Before I came to this school, I was as a normal child as the other pupils in my elementary school. I had no career prospects then. If there was any career outlook for me, this was just to go to a local junior high school and senior high school as my classmates in elementary school went to. I didn’t think of any further perspective after…

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    significance of the nations’ diversity been as obvious or important as it is today” (Abriam-Yago, Yoder, & Kataoka-Yahiro, 1999; Guy, 1999; Omeri, Malcolm, Ahern, & Wellington, 2003) (R.K. Adeniran & M.E. Smith-Glasgow, page 53). With increasing multiculturalism comes new realms of diversity. “Not only are there more immigrants, but increasingly they speak languages and bear cultures that are quite different from those brought by European immigrants in the past” (D.S. Massey, abstract). Allied…

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    In the movie Mean Girls they showed different was that society works. Some of the statuses shown are subcultures, ethnocentrism, and multiculturalism. The subcultures that can be seen especially in the cafeteria are the plastics, cool asians, jocks, art freaks, and mathletes, and asian nerds. They present that different types of cliques that develop in school and through society as a whole. Another thing shown is ethnocentrism, which is greatly seen through the plastics. They have a burn book…

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    Over the course of my life, I have strived to achieve many things. Though I have achieved a multitude of accomplishments, I find it necessary to remain humble because being humble can take you far in life. Some of my accomplishments include being a member of four honor societies. These societies includes: the National Honor Society, The National Society of High School Scholars, La Societe Honaire du Francais, and the International Thespian Society. I currently hold the positions of being the…

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    According to the Census Bureau, in 2050 the number of U.S. residents identifying themselves as being of two or more races is projected to more than triple, increasing to 16.2 million from its current 5.2 million. The concept of multiculturalism has become familiar to more people than ever. But back in the 1980s, being multiracial means being rejected from both cultures and constantly questioning about one’s identity. James McBride portrayed insightfully this problem through “What color is…

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    some people that would be offensive, we 're gonna[sic] let them do that?"(Connar) Ingraham was commenting on an upstate New York school where a student saying the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic, with the intention of celebrating and promoting multiculturalism during foreign language week. There are many people in this country similar to Laura Ingraham, who fills the need to act racist or sexist towards groups of people who are disenfranchised in America. In addition, language barriers can be…

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    Aboriginal Misconceptions

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    When I asked many of my Asian friends about their impression about Australian people, almost no one thought of Aboriginal people at first. I recalled a friend’s excitement about his first holiday last year down under where his only perception about the Aboriginal people is the boomerang bought from a souvenir shop in Melbourne. Before coming to Australia, my impression about them was limited to black curly hair people living in the outback, boomerang, didgeridoo, traditional dance typically…

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    Morse Life organization is a premier provider of housing and healthcare services for the elderly persons in Palm Beach County. The organization plays a critical role in the community as it touches the lives of over 2000 elderly individuals every day committing to provide exceptional healthcare services to the elderly population. The organization provides essential services, as it is the only well-established corporation in the area offering a range of health care services that include memory…

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