1920’s Slang Language is important in everyone’s lives: from small talk, to speeches, to ordering food, to teaching, and everything in between. Language never stays the same, though, as it is constantly changing with every day that passes. The changes on language from the past have big effects on the language of the present. Slang from the 1920s has impacted language used in the current era.
As someone who ventured out of a small town that was very close-minded to the outside world, I understand the value of embracing different viewpoints. This is why the mission of Georgetown resonates with me. Additionally, advocating for the underserved and treatment of the whole person are principals that Georgetown values which directly align with my own. Throughout my life, I have been a part of and witnessed the consequences of being a minority.
Summary: How Diversity Make Us Smarter In this essay, “How Diversity Make Us Smarter,” Katherine Phillips illustrates how diversity functions effectively in a group, organization, and society. Philips states diversity has several advantages, such as enhancing creativity, evoking more thoughts, changing behavior, and promoting hard work. Philips supports the advantages by showing the positive outcomes come from different university researches and studies.
Cultural Diversity is not something all countries have come to terms with. Some cities are more diverse and culturally rich more than others. I believe the one important factor of being an adult is to know how other cultures may be different from you own. In my opinion knowing what other cultures are like gives individuals and groups the ability to make sound decisions. Cultural diversity is something I love about living in the United States.
It is important to understand our diverse America because every day our population starts growing from people with different backgrounds. Our schools, jobs, and parks there will be people with different culture, religions, beliefs, or color skin. It’s important to understand our diversity because that’s what unites us as a great country accepting those despite where they’re from or color skin. As we grow, we want to teach the younger generation that it’s important to accept diversity and regardless of one's background we are all the same as humans. If you think about it America was made from descendant immigrants who have been here for generations and leaving their print of their culture every day as America accepting their background because
Over the past years, America has had many immigrants come from all over the world to become American citizens, which allowed America to become a diverse country. The different cultures, languages, and the races make America the melting pot. While some people believe America embracing diversity creates unity, it can be argued that America is moving toward a new standard in which diversity and individuality are encouraged more than uniformity and conformity because people are being taught different languages and some people combine or teach others their culture. Children all over the country are being taught many different languages. Learning different languages is important because our country is more diverse than others.
I can’t believe how my Cultural Diversity class has enlightened me. I now have a more detailed explanation of how immigrants arrived, where they arrived and why. I never gave a second thought to all of it before much less where our society is heading. It seems like there is a contest to see who can conform to a more unified culture first or moreover who can destroy it first.
Diversity is a topic that is very sensitive to society today unfortunately there are people out there who take it to extremes. It’s the uniqueness of an individual who are different in their own way rather it is race, ethnicity, gender, beliefs, and social standing. However, people see others who are different as an alien basically in our society. America is made up of various ethnicities, race, etc basically we are a mixed breed or a mutt, Different cultures came to America to escape the wars and fights that were going on in their country. Our country represents freedom but instead of working together we are fighting each other for being different such as enslaving African Americans.
Nearly all religions in these respective countries are public in this way that the religions enrol their followers to get together in public places to worship. This cultural innovation, individualism and voluntarism contribute to the great diversity among the people of North America. Now, I am going to design the religious pluralism and cultural diversity based on their own country’s perspective. United States: Religion in the United States is constituted by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. As a result, different religions have flourished from the earlier period beginning with various native faiths at the pre-colonial time.
Just as a cover does not fully reveal the text of its book, the ambiguousness of my physical appearance has never truly represented the cultural diversity and experiences of my life. People have inquired about my nationality and guessed countries from the sunny shores of Samoa to the mango orchards of India. In the sunshine and heat of the summer, a person wouldn't likely guess, from the melanin in my skin and salty ringlet curls that crown my head, that I fluently speak Croatian and love the Croatian folk dance “kolo.” However, weeks into winter that same person would not guess from my pale tan and straightened hair that I experience the prejudice of bearing the label “Black.” The diversity of my background continues when a person asks me where I am from, to which I recite the following: “My dad is an African-American soldier from