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Do you think telling jokes about ethnic group would be harmful to them? Explain.
History shows that there is harm telling jokes about ethnic group though I would really like to think that there’s none. Casual conversation with polish jokes is still present in the twenty first century and it has been of there favorite past times so far especially in homes where adult polish lives with their children and grandchildren. Additional indignities of anti-Semitism are suffered by Jewish Poles (Dolan and Stotsky 1997)."(Schaefer, 2012, pp.132). It is not harmful to tell jokes but the results of these are. According to Schaefer, 2012, pp.132, rich cultural traditions are retained by many Polish Americans and that symbolic ethnicity were barely acknowledged. Melting Pot of people, colors and
I am not a religious person but I am a firm believer of what prayers can do to life. when the topic made the headlines and was taken out of school. their levels of faith. I do . My community was outraged and I as well. We always pray in school and it felt weird if our school did not pray. My insights on critical thinking and other people’s belief on prayers were all because of my life experiences. how much they pray and the differences in their belief though. I believe that made the part of our country great. The causes of harm to this group of people are jokes and the culture they were raised in. What do you think would happen to us if the people in our country would be afraid to enrich their traditions because of fear of jokes being thrown at them? Week 4 DQ 2 • What can you say about prayers in school? What are the involved issues on diversity? • I was raised in an area of the country which is very religious. I learned more about diversity and respect people whatever opinions they have. The way I was supposed to think was the reason for my outrages to the fact that I grew up with my parents and perspective of my community. which we learned from past chapters.cultures. Some life experiences that I’ve gone through made me have a totally different perspective now.
not go to church. The proposal to include intelligent design to be discussed in science classes was submitted by a . Week 4 DQ 3 • What is the debate over evolution and intelligent design? How does accounting for both sides of the debate affect education? The battle between science and organized religion seems to be the debate over evolution and intelligent design. There’s one website that I found which talks about evolution and its effects to education. Kansas voters agreed to throw out anti-evolution Board members in 2000. It is not backed by science but by the beliefs in ancient times. If there’s a moment of silence and people could pray anytime they wish. I believe that school is the place where people learn. I believe that prayer in schools would work. To restore the old science standards. New forms of controversy are still talked about nowadays. The local school boards were encouraged to consider dropping or de-emphasizing evolution due to the removal of evolution from the list of subjects on state standardized tests by the Kansas Board of Education in 1999. It is believed that the higher power who created the universe on intelligent design side. Evolution by natural selection was taught by evolution theory and that the universe. A lot of issues were brought up because of this. man or the world was not created by God. and it is the home where we pray.
Affirmative actions and scholarships are the benefits of people with ethnic origins. was . The continuity of Kansas tug-ofwar of retaking control of the Board by pro-evolution took place in 2006 http://law2.new conservative school board in 2004. I believe that people in America were more discriminatory and that could be one of the reasons why people changed their last name to fit in. Employment was hard before because back then. especially if everyone’s doing it and I do believe that changes were justified.htm Week 4 DQ 4 • People with ethnic origins change their names for different reasons throughout US history. People were expected to do that back then. My father’s name. Immigrants are very much familiar with these names. People believe that if they have American sounding names. It could be that people were not familiar of foreign names that are why it’s hard for them to spell it. names are hard to be pronounced.umkc. it would be easier to start a business and away from trouble. The good thing is that there are changes that time made and one of those is people are more accepting now and prouder of their ethnic last names than before. Were there any justifications to these changes? Why or why not? Back then. Carlos.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/evolution.
people act crazy and we witness this all the time. justify the changes. Taxi drivers were bullied and harassed by pulling them out of their cars and beaten up. His religious and ethnic group was the reason the man was killed though he was a contributing member of society and was respected in his neighborhood. I agree that these changes are justified but this should also be the same way as the majority of the people . it’s easier for father to have it that way. what are the reasons that they did not change? Since 9/11. Look at what . he did not do anything to accomplish the 9/11 attack. Father is known as Raul in our family. Though Carlos is not an American name.I does remember things that happened to American Muslims. Why? If not. Nothing was done legally to change his name and this was way easier for him. When ruled by fear. Week 4 DQ 5 • Do you think that there was any change in perceptions of American Muslims and Muslims in general since 9/11? If there is. The Muslim American who was an owner of a gas station was shot and killed.used only for work and for acquaintances when he came to United States. I believe that there is possibly a change to the perceptions of American Muslims and Muslims alone. Moreover.
General Ulysses S. The presence of Anti-Semitism in US was minimized by the earlier students of American Jewish life. Does anti-Semitism still present nowadays? In what forms? The extent of Anti Semitism in America’s past and Anti Semitism with its European counterpart has been topics of debates by historians. Grant . these students see it as a late and alien phenomenon in US. After the news was spread all over the city. there were police report about white kids wearing trench coat being attacked by people though they got nothing to do with the said crime. they just found out that no period in American Jewish history was free of AntiSemitism. one thing is very natural to them and that is their being anti-Semitism. According to scholars. Arising in the late 19th century.happened when the kids that shot students at Columbine. Week 4 DQ 6 • Anti-Semitism was more prevalent before World War I and II than it is today. The importance of Anti-Semitism in different eras of American history was a continuous debate. Can you still remember the students who were shot by kids in Columbine? White kids in trench coat did that. United States and in the European countries.
AntiJewish sentiment waned following the Second World War and the American Civil Rights Movement. difficulties in enrollment to colleges and banned to buy certain properties were a few of those. Henry Ford’s Anti Semitic works and in late 1930s. there were strong attacks to Jews by the radio speeches of Father Coughlin. In the 1920s. Anti Semitism reached its peak. there was a rise of Ku Klux Klan. Unfair treatment in workplace. During the interwar period. . not welcome to social clubs and resort areas. Kentucky and Mississippi under his control was then the first recorded incident of Anti Jewish sentiment during the American civil War. There was discrimination against Jews in the first half of 20th century.issued an order (cancelled by President Abraham Lincoln to kick out all Jews from the portions of Tennessee.
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