D1: How Do You Feel About Diversity?

The U.S. is a country of great diversity—in race, national origins, native language, religion, and lifestyle choices. Some people in the U.S. accept and even embrace this diversity; others do not. No matter how an individual feels about people who are different, the law is clear: It is illegal to discriminate against people because of their race, religion, native language, gender, age or sexual orientation. In some other countries, laws protecting people from discrimination do not exist. And in some countries, it is common and acceptable for people to express prejudice against minorities. Some newcomers may air these prejudices in their new home communities.

The next quiz contains critical incidents that illustrate some examples of prejudice newcomers may experience.  Click on the link (in red) below.


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