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    Diversity Statement - African American When people hear the word 'diversity', they often think in terms of black and white. I believe the true meaning of diversity is not simply about skin color, economic background or the face value of any other characteristic, rather it is the increased knowledge and sensitivity gained from unique experiences. The strength of diversity then comes from having many points of view and trying to reconcile them by finding common truths or resolving differences amongst

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    Diversity Statement - I Wish to Follow in the Steps of Hubert Harrison Hubert Henry Harrison was born in 1883 in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, and became, by the 1920s, one of the nation's most prominent atheists. Harrison was a controversial figure from an early age. Coming to New York City at 17, he used his knowledge of foreign languages to land a job with the postal service. This permitted him to pursue his passions for learning and writing. This latter pursuit soon landed him in hot water

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    Diversity Statement

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    Living in India gave me ample opportunity to taste diversity in myriad ways. I lived a traveler’s life because my father was in the Air Force, which required us to constantly change cities. I have changed half a dozen schools before finally, graduating. This remains a fond and vivid experience where I lived with people from diverse cultural backgrounds ranging from the Kannada Brahmins of Southern India to the tribal people of Nagaland in Far East. Adventure sports in the Himalayan range coupled

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    Diversity

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    Diversity America’s workforce is continuously changing. Businesses today hire and retain culturally diverse employees to compete in the globalize market. Companies are developing ways to tap into and capitalize upon the talents of their workforces. They are discovering how to value the diversity of their workforces and the potential that diversity brings in flexibility, ingenuity and problem solving are helping them achieve their goals. Diversity can be differences in age, gender, ethnicity,

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    Affirmative Action: Work In Progress?

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    dreamed of attending since I was a kid. Do not get me wrong; I had great grades and my test scores were not awful, but I knew the competition was tough. However, I also knew I would be competing against other minority students for the university’s diversity quotas, at least that is what I thought. The “quotas” I thought were my salvation were in reality affirmative action, a term of which I clearly did not have a lot of knowledge on. Affirmative action was created on March 6, 1961 when John F. Kennedy

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    5 Ways Managers Can Promote Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Today, competent administrators show sensitivity to individual needs by encouraging upward mobility among all staff members. These forward-thinking leaders understand how important it is to treat all people fairly and equally and consider the dynamic forces that exist among employees. Sincerity in these matters is important, because a manager’s actions far outweigh their statements. Therefore, workplace leaders must learn to pinpoint

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    The Value of Diversity

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    Diversity, as it relates to thoughts, ideas, ethnicity, race, and a host of other areas, is the quintessential ingredient needed to establish a free nation. Amendment I of the United States Constitution states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Through this simple

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    The Rich Diversity of Meanings of the Pardoner's Tale Chaucer’s innovation in the Pardoner’s performance tests our concept of dramatic irony by suggesting information regarding the Pardoner’s sexuality, gender identity, and spirituality, major categories in the politics of identity, without confirming that information. Our presumed understanding of the Pardoner as a character lacks substantiation. As we learn about the Pardoner through the narrator’s eyes and ears, we look to fit the "noble

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    Equality, Diversity and Rights Consecutive Governments have sort to bring about Frank Dobson’s vision for equality, diversity and rights in an early years setting through passing laws about peoples rights. For example children’s act 1989. The children’s act 1989 is a far reaching legislation affecting children and their rights. Some of the points of this act are: * the well being of the child is paramount * parental responsibility stressed * partnership with parents * services

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    Diversity and the American National Identity

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    Diversity and the American National Identity Greed is good, get get get, I want what you have, don't touch mine." This is what a friend of mine said when I asked for his conception of the American national identity is.1 Although this statement seems informal and absurd, it accurately reflects the dog-eat-dog world many people believe to be the American capitalist culture.2 Whether my friend said this with the intent of comic relief is inconsequential. Whether he knew it, the informant reflects

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