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Attached you will find a copy of all reflections completed from November to the present. This would include those that have the #TSUDiversity16  hashtag.
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Chapter 3 – Ethnic Identity
Ethnic Diversity is so common place in the United States today, and has been for years. When one considers their ethnic identity, he/she may be able to embrace more than one ethnic identity. However, it saddens me that so many still have prejudice against those of mixed races or ethnicities. #TSUdiversity16
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Asian American reflection
I thought Asian American were a small part of the population, but it turns out in 2010 17.3 million Americans said they were Asian American. This was interesting to me.

White Privilege reflection
When we were talking about white privilege. I found it very interesting that I would fit in that category even if I do not always get what I want.

Religion reflection
Religion is a big part of my life and I found some wonderful articles about it, but the main thing I found was from 2007 to 2014 people who said they were Christian dropped from 78.4 percent to 70.6 percent.

Ableism reflection
Ableism is considered a form of discrimination and usually people with out any disabilities does not see the wrong in it. I never thought about this. I found this topic interesting.

LGBT reflection
The guest speaker we had was very informative. I have never really stopped and notice how many gays there really were in the world until now. I found this to be very interesting.

Latinos reflection
I never knew that Latino ethnicity was a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American cultures. I thought they all came from Mexico. That was an interesting thing to learn.

Native American Reflection
I learned a lot when we talked about Native Americans. I found an article that said they estimated 300 Sioux Indians were killed this year. I did not know there were still many tribes out there today.
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