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  1. Affirmative Action and Diversity Jeopardy Recreated by: Deidra Dennie Indiana University South Bend To begin hit <F5> then <Enter>

  2. Religion

  3. Holidays

  4. Workplace

  5. Affirmative Action

  6. People

  7. The Salad Bowl

  8. The Salad Bowl Affirmative Action Religion Holidays Workplace People $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  9. 1-100 This is the name of the Holy Book for Christians

  10. 1-100A What is the Bible? 1 - 100

  11. 1-200 Saturday is the holy day of the week for this religion and it begins at sundown on Friday.

  12. 1-200A What is Judaism? 1 - 100

  13. 1-300 The Eightfold Path and the concept of Nirvana are associated with this religion.

  14. 1-300A What is Buddhism? 1 - 100

  15. 1-400 Judaism, Islam and Christianity all share this major belief.

  16. 1-400A What is there is one God or monotheistic? 1 - 100

  17. 1-500 Practitioners of this religion venerate both a God and a Goddess. These two deities are variously understood through the frameworks of pantheism, duo-theism or polytheism.

  18. 1-500A What is Wiccan? 1 - 100

  19. 2-100 In South Bend, Indiana, the day marks the official beginning to launch the year's political primary campaign season (particularly among Democrats)- often from within the West Side Democratic Club, the M.R. Falcons Club, and local pubs and fraternal halls. 1 - 100

  20. 2-100A What is Dyngus Day? 1 - 100

  21. 2-200 The dates of this celebration vary between early November and late December, and is also known as the “Festival of Lights”

  22. 2-200A What is Hanukkah? 1 - 100

  23. 2-300 Seven candles are lit, one each day, between December 26th and January 1st in this celebration.

  24. 2-300A What is Kwanzaa? 1 - 100

  25. 2-400 This annual celebration is observed from September 15th through October 15th.

  26. 2-400A What is Hispanic Heritage Month? 1 - 100

  27. 2-500 The symbols of this Latin American celebration include skulls, bones, and skeletons.

  28. 2-500A What is Day of the Dead? Dia de los Muertos 1 - 100

  29. 3-100 Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. 1 - 100

  30. 3-100A What is Sexual Harassment? 1 - 100

  31. 3-200 Harassment at work that unreasonably interferes with or alters the employee’s work performance, or creates an abusive or offensive work environment.

  32. 3-200A What is Hostile Work Environment? 1 - 100

  33. 3-300 An employee is required to tolerate sexual harassment in order to obtain or keep a job, benefit, raise or promotion.

  34. 3-300A What is Quid Pro Quo? 1 - 100

  35. 3-400 Name two general categories of sexual harassment in the workplace.

  36. 3-400A What Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Workplace/Environment Harassment? 1 - 100

  37. 3-500 The law that protects employees who file sexual harassment charges, who participate in an investigation or litigation or who testifies in the proceedings.

  38. 3-500A What is Title VII? 1 - 100

  39. 4-100 Location of Office of Affirmative Action and Campus Diversity. 1 - 100

  40. 4-100A What is the Associates Building (until April 2010) or Administration Building? 1 - 100

  41. 4-200 The AA/CDO handles primarily two types of complaints.

  42. 4-200A What is Discrimination and Harassment/Sexual Harassment? 1 - 100

  43. 4-300 Name five rights that are protected by Affirmative Action Laws.

  44. 4-300A What is age, race, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, gender, religion, disability, veteran status, and political affiliation? 1 - 100

  45. 4-400 All employees of IU South Bend are required to report incidences of harassment and discrimination to their immediate supervisor.

  46. 4-400A What is False? 1 - 100

  47. 4-500 This code prohibits faculty from engaging in amorous or sexual relations with students for whom they have professional responsibility, even when both have consented to the relationship.

  48. 4-500A What is the Code of Academic Ethics? 1 - 100

  49. 5-100 The Director of Affirmative Action and Campus Diversity 1 - 100

  50. 5-100A Who is Deidra Dennie? 1 - 100