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Officer

Richard Neil (retired)

Community Diversity Part 1


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On my honor,I will never betray my badge,my integrity, my character, or the public trust.I will always havethe courage to hold myselfand others accountable for our actions.I will always uphold the constitutionmy community and the agency I serve.So help me God


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End to old ideas

Long Arm of the Law

Police vs. “the bad guys”

Kick Ass, Take Names - Not the philosophy for policing into the 21st century

Code of Silence is no longer tolerated

Officers have developed their own privately owned language (Cop Lingo) which might be judgmental and offensive to the community


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Cop Lingo

Attitude adjustment?

Physically harming a person to instill respect for the police

Routine call?

Service call with no extraordinary circumstances

Good Rape?

Rape with a credible victim


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Cop Lingo

Crispy Critter?

Arson or burn victim

Stiff?

Dead person

Road Kill?

Person who has died as the result of a crash

Pigeon?

Victim of a con artist


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Cop Lingo

Cop Groupie?

Woman who fraternizes with peace officers with the intention of having relationships with them

Bean Hole?

Food Port

Snitch?

Informant, good or bad


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Cop Lingo

Crack Head?

Addict

Dirt Bag?

Anyone officers don’t like

Puzzle Palace?

Headquarters

Dick?

Detective


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Cop Lingo

548?

Calling someone an idiot by number (1096 = Mental patient)

Dime?

10 years in jail or $10 in drugs

Dope?

Any illegal narcotics

Dirty?

Guilty of a crime


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Cop Lingo

Hoopty or P.O.S.?

Car in crappy shape

On the Box?

Lie Detector Test

Whacked?

Killed, hit, assaulted

Bunko?

Con artist & fraud



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Black History Month Handout police officers. Why?

Read the handout in your group and decide on the possible negative/positive outcomes.

What questions do you have about the columnist who wrote the article?


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HUMAN DNA police officers. Why?

If our DNA coding was stretched it would reach from New York to the California coastline.

Our DNA coding would fill 200 Manhattan size phonebooks with 1,000 pages each.

All 100,000 of your genes are crammed into the 23 pairs of chromosomes in the nucleus of each of your cells!


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HUMAN DNA police officers. Why?

Children share 99.5% of their parents DNA

ALL of God’s people share over 99% of the exact same DNA!!!


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PURPOSE OF TRAINING IN CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND DIVERSITY police officers. Why?

  • Pro-active approach enhances positive police-community relations

  • Reduces lawsuits

  • End to old ideas & myths

  • Improves professionalism & understanding


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Ohio’s Diversity police officers. Why?

From 92 countries, 808 immigrants became new American citizens at Value City Arena in 2008.

In 2004, Ohio processed 14,211 citizenship applications, triple the number in 2003.

“Nationwide, 450,000 immigrants are expected to take the oath this year.”


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Diversity of the Dollar Bill? police officers. Why?


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Who Was police officers. Why?Haym Solomon?

Polish Jew – Savior of a Nation?

1776 arrested as a spy as part of the Sons of Liberty, 18 months

Later sentenced to death but escaped

War Chest was empty

$25 million in today’s $

Bailed out the U.S. several more times


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SENSITIVITY police officers. Why?

The ability to consider the feeling of others and address the party in a respectful and non-offensive manner


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CULTURAL AWARENESS police officers. Why?

  • The opening of our minds and hearts to the ways of others

  • The mutual exchange of knowledge for the betterment of humanity



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Why is cultural awareness important to you as a Law Enforcement Official?

A police officer pulled over a car for a traffic violation. The driver appeared to be non-American. He stopped, then got out of the car and approached the officer’s car, shouting and waving his arms. The officer wondered if this person was dangerous or unstable, preparing to attack him/her.


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In some cultures, you don’t inconvenience a police officer by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.


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Diversity in American Law Enforcement by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.


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1891 New York by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

1910 L.A.

Alice Wells


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Marie Owens – Chicago PD by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

Detective sergeant in 1891


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Bass Reeves by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.


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Born enslaved in 1838 in Crawford County, Arkansas by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

Fled north into Indian Territory and lived with Seminole and Creek Indians.

Reeves and his family farmed until 1875

Recruited by Judge Isaac Parker & U.S. Marshal James Fagan in 1875

Reeves arrested over 3,000 fugitives & killed at least 14

At statehood became a member of the Muskogee, Oklahoma, police department at the age of 68


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Dayton PD by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

First black police officer?

Patorlman William Jenkins 1897

Lucius Rice 1909 Sgt. 1915 killed by gunfire 1939


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Sheriff Collins by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

1925

First female Sheriff in Ohio – What year?


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SPO#1 COMMUNITY DIVERSITY by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

Understanding different life practices relating to race, religion, gender, age, physical ability/disability, sexual orientation, validity and integrity of those behaviors


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As of Jan 11, 2006 by making him/her get out of the car and come to you. Waiting for the officer or doing nothing is a tacit admission of guilt. In the context of the driver’s cultural norms, he was paying the officer the utmost respect by stepping out of the car. Waving his arms letting him know he is unarmed.

U.S. 305,600,000 World 6,750,000,000

Source: http://www.census.gov

U.S. POPULATION


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If we could shrink the earth’s population to the size of a village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

THE WORLD’S POPULATION


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How Many Would There Be? village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • Europeans

  • Asians

  • Africans

  • From the Western Hemisphere

  • How many males vs. females

  • How many white vs. non-white

  • How many Christians vs. non-Christian


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57 Asians village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

21 Europeans

14 from the Western Hemisphere,

both North and South

8 Africans

THE WORLD’S POPULATION


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52 would be Female village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

48 would be Male

70 would be non-white

30 would be white

70 would be non-Christian

30 would be Christian

THE WORLD’S POPULATION


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How Many Would There Be? village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • How many heterosexuals vs. homosexuals

  • How many will live in substandard housing?

  • How many will be wealthy?

  • How many can read?

  • How many have malnutrition?

  • How many have a college education?

  • How many own a computer?


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89 would be heterosexual village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

11 would be homosexual

6 people would possess 59% of the

entire world’s wealth all 6 would be

from the U.S.

80 would live in substandard housing

THE WORLD’S POPULATION


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70 would be unable to read village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

50 would suffer from malnutrition

1 would be near death

1 would be near birth

1 (only) would have a college education

1 would own a computer

THE WORLD’S POPULATION


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DELAWARE 64.3% village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

WARREN 39.0%

UNION 28.0%

NOBLE 24.0%

MEDINA 23.5%

BROWN 20.9%

FAIRFIELD 18.7%

HOLMES 18.6%

CLERMONT 18.5%

VINTON 15.4%

OHIO POPULATION TOP 10 COUNTIES, PERCENT CHANGE IN DEMOGRAPHICS 1990-2000


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PROACTIVE APPROACH village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • REDUCED POLICE/COMMUNITY CONFLICT: pro-active organization promoting understanding of inter-cultural communication reduce community conflict and misunderstandings


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Police Code of Ethics village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:


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Police Code of Ethics village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:


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Police Code of Ethics village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES OF A POLICE OFFICER: A police officer acts as an official representative of government who is required and trusted to work within the law


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • PERFORMANCE OF THE DUTIES OF A POLICE OFFICER: A police officer shall perform all duties impartially, without favor or affection or ill will and without regard to status, gender, race, religion, political belief or aspiration


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • DISCRETION: A police officer will use responsibly, the discretion vested in the position and exercise it within the law

  • USE OF FORCE: A police officer will never employ unnecessary force or violence and will use only such force in the discharge of duty as is reasonable in all circumstances


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • CONFIDENTIALITY: Whatever a police officer sees, hears or learns of that is of a confidential nature will be kept secret unless the performance of duty or legal provision requires otherwise

  • INTEGRITY: A police officer will not engage in acts of corruption or bribery nor will an officer condone such acts by other police officers


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • COOPERATION WITH OTHER OFFICERS AND AGENCIES: Police officers will cooperate with all legally authorized agencies and their representatives in the pursuit of justice


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POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • PERSONAL / PROFESSIONAL CAPABILITIES: Police officers will be responsible for their own standard of professional performance and will take every reasonable opportunity to enhance and improve their level of knowledge and competency

  • PRIVATE LIFE: Police officers will behave in a manner that does not bring discredit to their agencies or themselves


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  • An officer’s values and beliefs affect his/her conduct village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

  • An officer’s conduct affects community perception of the police department

  • Community perception affects an officer’s conduct

  • Understanding cultural differences makes our job easier


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DEFINITIONS village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:


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RACISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people based on the social construction of race. Differences in physical characteristics (e.g. skin color, hair texture, eye shape) are used to support a system of inequities.


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Sikhism village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Monotheism - (Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Baha'i Faith)

5th largest in the world

Principal beliefs are faith and justice

"Realization of Truth is higher than all else. Higher still is truthful living“ – Guru Nanak

God has no gender in Sikhism, God is “without form”


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Sikhism village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Equality of all humans and rejects discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, and gender

A warrior culture with only 2% of India being Sikh; but make up nearly 30% of Indian Army officers

Traditional weapons like sabres and chakram/quoits still used

Congressional Medal of Honor, or equivelent, in every major war


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Tajdeep village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following: Singh Rattan

“I am willing to lay down my life for America. In return, I ask only that my country respect my faith”


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RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people based on their religious beliefs and/or practices.


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HOMOPHOBIA/HETEROSEXISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people who are or who are perceived to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). While homophobia is usually used to describe a blatant fear or hatred of LGBT people, heterosexism is a broader term used to describe attitudes and behaviors based on the belief that heterosexuality is the norm and/or that homosexuality is wrong.


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STEREOTYPE village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

An oversimplified generalization about a person or group of people without regard for individual differences. Even seemingly positive stereotypes that link a person or group to a specific positive trait can have negative consequences.


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ABELISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people with mental and/or physical disabilities.


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AGEISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people because of their real or perceived age. Although ageism is often assumed to be bias against older people, members of other groups, such as teens, are also targets of prejudice and/or discrimination based on their age.


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ANTI-SEMITISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against Jews. Anti-Semitism can be based on hatred against Jews because of their religious beliefs and their group membership (ethnicity).


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CLASSISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people because of their real or perceived social and economic status.


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ISLAMOPHOBIA village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people who are or who are perceived to be Muslim or of Arab descent, and a fear or dislike of Islamic culture.


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Kareem village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:Rashad Sultan Khan


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SEXISM village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against people based on their real or perceived sex. Sexism is based on a belief (conscious or unconscious) that there is a natural order based on sex.


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XENOPHOBIA village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Prejudice and/or discrimination against anyone or anything that is perceived to be foreign or outside one’s own group, nation or culture. Xenophobia is commonly used to describe negative attitudes toward foreigners and immigrants.


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SILVESTRE S. HERRERA village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

Drafted in 1944 at the age of 27 with his 4th child on the way. Lived in Arizona.

...."Son, you don't have to go, they can't draft you”

Not an American citizen

Born in Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico

Legally, Silvestre was a Mexican National and didn't owe service to the United States


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SILVESTRE S. HERRERA village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following:

"I thought, I'm going anyway.  I didn't want anybody to die in my place... I felt that I had my adopted country that had been so nice to me.  I thought, I have an American wife and the kids and one on the way." 

Part of the first American unit to have landed in Europe during World War II

Under heavy fire his one man charge captured 8 enemy soldiers.

When not in battle he studied to take his citizenship test!


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Later they again came under fire by a machine gun nest taking countless American lives. They were separated by a mine field.

Alone Silvestre entered the mine field to attack the enemy.

A mine exploded severing his leg below the knee.

He attacked again and another mine exploded below him costing him his other leg.

Yet he continued to fight.


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Silvestre's courage and fighting spirit became legendary, but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

He was asked if he wanted to call home to tell them he had survived the attack? 

He is the only person in the world authorized to wear the Medal of Honor and Mexico's equivalent


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SPO#2 BENEFITS OF UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENT CULTURES but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

  • Pro-active approach enhances and embraces positive police-community relations

  • Reduction in frequency of lawsuits

  • Greater personal/organizational benefits

  • End to old ideas

  • Police image & perception.


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SPO#2 BENEFITS OF UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENT CULTURES but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

  • Pro-active approach enhances and embraces positive police-community relations


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Hindu but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

There is one God, with many manifestations in different religions- all lead to God

Eternal, unchanging, infinite, immanent, and transcendent reality which is the Divine Ground of all matter, energy, time, space, being, and everything beyond in this Universe

Brahman religious belief is just seen as different paths to the one god


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Hindu but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

Is Christianity much different?

Christians believe in angels, demons, and saints that are inferior to God

Christians do not consider these beings as gods, though they are sometimes the object of prayer and veneration.

Christians believe in the trinity


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All forms of prejudice can be both but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.conscious(overt and intentional) and unconscious(tacit and based on assumptions and “norms”).


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Officer but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

Richard Neil (retired)

www.OfficerNeil.com


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ANTI-BIAS but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

An active commitment to challenging prejudice, stereotyping and all forms of discrimination.


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BIAS but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

An inclination or preference either for or against an individual or group that interferes with impartial judgment.


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BIGOTRY but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

An unreasonable or irrational attachment to negative stereotypes and prejudices.


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DIVERSITY but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

Means different or varied. The population of the United States is made up of people from diverse “races,” cultures and places.


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MULTICULTURAL but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

Means many or multiple cultures. The United States is multicultural because its population consists of people from many different cultures.


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PREJUDICE but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

Prejudging or making a decision about a person or group of people without sufficient knowledge. Prejudicial thinking is frequently based on stereotypes.


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CULTURE but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

The patterns of daily life learned consciously and unconsciously by a group of people. These patterns can be seen in language, governing practices, arts, customs, holiday celebrations, food, religion, dating rituals and clothing, to name a few.


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DISCRIMINATION but it also presented the United States with a problem.   The young hero still was not an American citizen.

The denial of justice and fair treatment by both individuals and institutions in many arenas, including employment, education, housing, banking and political rights. Discrimination is an action that can follow prejudicial thinking.