War Veteran Interview My name is Ernesto Contreras, and out of my own curiosity have; decided to interview my grandfather and tell his story on his war experiences from the beginning of boot camp, until his last day of service. Arthur Cameron was born in phoenix, Arizona, in 1946. He is a Native American and had been very athletic in high school, playing on sports teams like basketball, track and field and cross-country. In the year 1963, the United States had been drawn into the war in Southeast Asia that would be later known as the Vietnam War. Arthur came from an era where there was a military obligation (draft).
During the examination of the problem first one must recognize that an issue exists. Study the problem in its entirety by gaining feedback from those directly affected by the problem. Find the root of the problem, what is the cause of the problem. Completing this process in great detail is important for its stability and moving forward throughout the cycle. The next part of this stage relies on the stakeholders.
Diversity is a set of conscious practices that involve: Understanding and appreciating interdependence of humanity, cultures, and the natural environment. Practicing mutual respect for qualities and experiences that are different from our own. Building alliances across differences so that we can work together to eradicate all forms of discrimination. Diversity includes, therefore, knowing how to relate to those qualities and conditions that are different from our own and outside the groups to which we belong, yet are present in other individuals and groups. These include but are not limited to age, ethnicity, class, gender, physical abilities/qualities, race, sexual orientation, as well as religious status, gender expression, educational background, geographical location, income, marital status, parental status, and work experiences.
1.3 By supporting a person’s equality you are treating them as an equal and including them in all activities, you will be reducing the likelihood of discrimination. Outcome 2 Be able to work in an inclusive way 2.1 There are many legislation and codes of practice that are in place for equality, diversity and discrimination laws that are applied to my role. I ensure that I work with the race relations act 1976, racial and religious hatred act 2006,and equality act 2010, human rights act 1998. Discrimination: Disability
John Perry Barlow John Perry Barlow (born October 3, 1947) is an American poet and essayist, a retired Wyoming cattle rancher, and a cyberlibertarian political activist who has been associated with both the Democratic and Republican parties. He is also a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead and a founding member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Since May 1998, he has been a Fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Occupation lyricist, essayist Nationality Period American 1971-1995 (lyrics) 1990-present (essays) Internet (essays) homes.eff.org/~barlow / Biography Born in Sublette County, Wyoming, Barlow attended elementary school in a one-room schoolhouse. He was a student at the Fountain Valley School in Colorado.
Governor John Kasich Bio Matt Emerman 1 May 2012 State and Local Government Early Life: John Kasich was born on May 15, 1952 in the town of McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania. He is the son of Anne and John Kasich, who were postal workers. While growing up John played an active role in his high school and church. Upon graduating high school he attended Ohio State University where he majored in political science. Ohio Senate: After college he became and aide to a Senator in the Ohio Senate.
Why is diversity valued? Diversity is understanding that each individual is unique and differerent. Diversity include differences in religion, culture, race, and age. Everyone should respect each other difference. Diversity is valued because it is an important part of the world and shows the different side of peoples.
This all promotes that everyone is equal but recognising that everyone has difference but should still be treated the same. You can support others to promote diversity, equality and inclusion by encouraging others to embrace difference, rather than rejecting it, just because it is not familiar to you through reducing fear and anxiety, broadening experience, increasing understanding and encouraging collaboration sharing thoughts and ideas with a wide range of people. All this will help support others.
Everyone has a full and active participation and have a sense of belonging. Inclusive practice involves taking action to remove barriers to participation and learning. Inclusion also involves eliminating discrimination and promoting equality. Recognizing and respecting the diversity of backgrounds, beliefs and experiences, is promoting equality. - the effects of discrimination on individuals Treating people unequally can result in their losing their dignity, respect, self-esteem and self-worth and ability to make choices; individuals or groups being oppressed or disadvantaged.
They must enforce the law but also maintain racial and ethnic peace. These goals are incompatible to some extent….enforcing the law may disrupt the peace.” (p.233) With the others’ perspectives and data above, we hope that we are heading the right direction with the proper mentality to add some positive elements to advance the process. Achieving the proper racial, ethnic makeup of the police force should be the right goal to head to. However, if the topic of “Gender makeup of the police force” is involved, I may have a prejudicial view, though I am a female. My viewpoint is not against women but to protect my same gender.